Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades
for MARSKE in Bulmer's Directory of 1890.
- Post Office, Marske; A. Busby, postmaster. Letters, via Richmond,
arrive about 8-30 am., and
are despatched at 4-15 p.m. (week-days). They arrive about the same time on Sundays, but
are despatched at 3-20 p.m. Postal Orders are issued here.
Miscellany of trades
- Allinson Joseph, stonemason
- Batey William, gamekeeper and caretaker, Marske hall
- Bradbury John, cowkeeper, Hard stiles
- Busby Anthony, postmaster and carrier
- Busby Wm., Temperance Hotel and shopkeeper
- Coates John, joiner and wheelwright, Clints
- Eden John, blacksmith
- Genger Thomas, estate bailiff to J. T. D'Arcy Hutton, Esq.
- Hall Joseph, schoolmaster
- Hutton John Timothy D'Arcy, Esq., Marske hall
- Petty John, parish clerk, Clints
- Tate James, cowkeeper, Skelton
- Terry Thomas, tailor
- Vesey Rev. Thos. Agmondisham, The Rectory
- Allinson James (and stonemason), Skelton
- Atkinson Alfred, Park top
- Brown Christopher, Telfit house
- Brown John William, Skelton
- Brown Thos. (and cattle dealer), Manor house
- Cleminson James, Jingle pot
- Hodgson Henry, Moor house
- Iveson John, Orgate farm
- Metcalfe Tsaac, West Feldom
- Mudd Mrs. Ann and Sons (Thos. and John Lambert), Cordilleras
- Peacock James, High Feldom
- Robinson William Henry, Applegarth
- Thompson Oswald Baynes, Hollings
- Thwaites Mrs. Jane and Sons, East Feldom
- Welford William, Low Feldom
- Wilson Christopher, Bushy park
- Wilson John James
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