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


  • Post Office at Francis Thorpe's. Letters through York via Heslerton arrive at 5-20 am.; and are despatched at 4-30 p.m. in summer, and at 3-30 p.m. in winter. The nearest Money Order Office is at Snainton, and Telegraph Office at Sherbourne.

Miscellany of trades

  • Allanson Mr. Richard, Ivy house
  • Baker Mrs. Elizabeth, Cliff house
  • Baker Francis, Esq., J.P., Headon lodge, Snainton
  • Beecroft Robert, joiner, Bickley
  • Beswick Robert, joiner and carpenter
  • Bradley Joseph, land agent, The Hall
  • Bradley Robert, general dealer
  • Cattle Miss J. E. D., assistant schoolmistress
  • Dixon Robert, tailor, draper, and bailiff for lord of the manor
  • Holgreaves Mrs. Mary, vict., Bay Horse Inn
  • Jackson Rev. Francis William, M.A., vicar
  • Kay Mrs., schoolmistress, Bickley
  • Metcalf Miss Annie, dressmaker
  • Metcalf William, builder, Brook villa
  • Pearson Francis, ironmonger
  • Postill Mrs. Eliza
  • Roger Richard, blacksmith
  • Ruddock Adam, butcher
  • Slater John, bootmaker
  • Stanley Joseph Thomas, schoolmaster
  • Thorpe Francis & Richard, victs. and joiners, Grapes Inn
  • Thorpe Francis, general dealer
  • Walker Rev. Sydney, B.A., curate
  • Ward Wm. and Geo. Robert, corn millers, &c.
  • Wood Mr. Joseph, The Lodge


  • John Bayes, to Malton, on Saturdays, and Pickering on Mondays
  • John Wilson, to Scarborough, on Thursdays


  • Banks George, Brook farm
  • Barker Robert, Low Park farm
  • Braithwaite George
  • Braithwaite Henry, Scambridge
  • Braithwaite John
  • Carley Thomas, Low Road farm
  • Consitt Edward, Bickley
  • Coverdale William, Moor Bird Inn
  • Danby Henry and Richard, Weldale farm
  • Dennison Thomas
  • Dodds Adam, Scambridge
  • Dowson William
  • Feaster William, yeo., Poplar house
  • Hick Robert, Bickley
  • Hunter Elisha & Son, Bickley
  • Kirby John William, Scambridge
  • Lee Mrs. Mary, (yeo.), Ebberston moor
  • Lumbard John
  • Morley George, Bickley
  • Richardson William, Troutsdale
  • Robinson Osman Myers, Bickley
  • Ruston John, High Scambridge
  • Sandiman William, Ebberston moor
  • Smith William
  • Staveley Isaac, Troutsdale head
  • Ward John
  • Watson John, Bickley
  • Wilson Christopher
  • Wilson John (and assistant overseer)

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