Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades
for OSWALDKIRK in Bulmer's Directory of 1890.
- Postal Address, Oswaldkirk, York.
- Post and Telegraph Office at Christopher Thompson's. Money Order Office, &c., Ampleforth.
Letters arrive at 7-40 a.m., and are despatched at 5-35 p.m. Sunday arrivals in summer at
9-10 a.m., and in winter at 11 a.m. Despatch at 3-30 p.m.
Miscellany of trades
- Bamber Thomas, farmer & vict., Malt Shovel Hotel, convenience for visitors and posting house
- Barker David, carrier, to Helmsley, on Fridays
- Bosville The Hon. Mrs. H., Oswaldkirk hall
- Foxton Hodgson, miller
- Metcalfe Robert, registrar of births and deaths
- Nelson Miss Ellen Jane, schoolmistress
- Skilbeck Geo., wheelwright and carpenter, &c.
- Stables William, blacksmith
- Temple Rev. Henry, M.A., rector, hon. canon of Ripon, and surrogate
- Temple M. H., Esq., barrister, Mayfield cottage
- Bamber Thomas
- Barker David
- Barr Margaret, Feversham villa
- Flintoft John
- Parker Leonard, Golden square
- Prest William
- Read John, Manor house
- Russell Robert, West Newton grange
- Seamer John William, Newton grange
- Thompson Christopher (and grocer), Post office
- Thorpe Edward
- Wood Jonadab
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