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


KIRBY MISPERTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Postal Address, Kirby Misperton, Pickering, York.. Mail Gig arrives about 8-0 a.m. Wall Box collection at 4-30 p.m. in summer and 4-0 p.m. in winter. Nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office, Pickering.

Miscellany of trades

  • Best William, cattle dealer
  • Bowes William, tailor and draper
  • Gill George, shopkeeper
  • Hardwick James, bootmaker, &c.
  • Holland Rev. C. H., curate
  • Hutchings Rev. William Henry, M.A., rector
  • Jones David George, schoolmaster
  • McLaren Rev. A. W., curate
  • Moon William, blacksmith
  • Parkinson John Thos., assistant schoolmaster
  • Parkinson Stephen, parish clerk
  • Smith Richard, joiner, &c., and farmer
  • Tindall Misses Jane, Mary, and H., The Hall
  • Ward John, tailor, draper, and assist. overseer
  • Wood George, grocer

Carrier.

  • John Raper. - To Pickering daily, except Saturday; to Malton, Saturdays

Farmers.

  • Baker Benjamin.
  • Brewster William
  • Dunning Robert
  • Hardcastle James
  • Hardwick Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Ridsdale Mrs. Mary Jane & Henry
  • Shaw Harrison
  • Simpson John
  • Sleightholme G. H., Little Barugh, Pickering
  • Wilson Benjamin

BARUGHS AMBO TOWNSHIP.

  • Postal Address, Great or Little Barugh, Pickering.

Miscellany of trades

  • Baxter Edward, mason, Little Barugh
  • Bowes George, tailor and draper, Great Barugh
  • Bowes John, blacksmith, Great Barugh
  • Burnett John, smith and farrier, Great Barugh
  • Gray Thomas, schoolmaster and assistant overseer; h Great Habton
  • Hoggarth Danvers, grocer, Great Barugh
  • Johnson William, bootmaker and grocer, Great Barugh
  • Piercy Thomas, joiner
  • Skelton John, vict. and butcher, Golden Lion, Great Barugh
  • Wood Christopher, butcher, Barugh house
  • Young George, vict., Blacksmiths' Arms, Little Barugh

Farmers.

  • Brisby Robert, White house, Great Barugh
  • Cooper John (Cooper Brothers); see Brawby
  • Holmes David, Barsdale house
  • Inman James, Little Barugh
  • Inman Thomas, Manor house, Little Barugh
  • Newcombe William, Little Barugh
  • Otterburn John, Manor farm, Great Barugh
  • Sanderson George, Great Barugh lane, Kirbymoorside
  • Schollitt George, Normanby, Kirbymoorside
  • Scoby William, J.P., C.C. (yeo.), Hob ground, Kirbymoorside
  • Shepherd John Atkinson, Great Barugh
  • Sleightholme Joseph, Little Barugh
  • Stephenson Eli, Little Barugh

GREAT HABTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office at Hannah Barwick's. Arrivals, 10-50 a.m.; despatches, 3-30 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Barwick Hannah, tea dealer
  • Best Robert & Sons (James and George), blacksmiths and veterinary surgeons
  • Gray Richardson, draper and tea dealer
  • Gray Thomas, schoolmaster (Great Barugh)
  • Gray William, schoolmaster
  • Hutchinson D., vict. and huckster, Grapes Inn
  • Oxendale Francis, joiner and blacksmith
  • Parke Mr. William, Newsham house
  • Snowdon Edwd., grocer, bootmaker, and dealer

Farmers,

  • Aconley William
  • Bulmer Robert, The Grange
  • Clifford James
  • Foxton Thomas
  • Inman Benjamin
  • Johnson William, Manor house
  • Umpleby Henry, road contractor
  • Wood James

LITTLE HABTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Postal Address, Little Habton, Pickering.

Farmers.

  • Coates Francis (and valuer)
  • Coates John, Grange farm
  • Pybus William Robert

RYTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters arrive from Pickering about 8-30 a.m. Money Order and Telegraph Office at Malton.

Miscellany of trades

  • Arundell William, farmer, Lund forest
  • Boyes John, farmer, Ryton grange
  • Coates Robert, farmer, Lund forest
  • Farnell Henry, farmer, Gosling green
  • Hood John, market gardener, Malton
  • Jefferson William, farmer, Lund forest
  • Johnson Thomas, farmer, Garforth hall
  • Kilvington Jonathan Layton, farmer
  • Kirby George, farmer, Lund forest, Malton
  • Kirby William, farmer, Shotton hall
  • Lamb John, farmer, Lund forest
  • Raines William, farmer, Manor house, Malton
  • Richardson Robert, farmer, Sleightholme
  • Sedman Thomas, farmer, Malton
  • Snowdon William, farmer, Malton
  • Thompson John, farmer, Malton
  • Webbe James, farmer
  • Winspear William Chapman, farmer


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