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

Post:

Post, Money Order, Telegraph Office, and Savings Bank, at Strensall Village; John Croft, postmaster. Letters via York arrive at 5-35 a.m., delivery begins at 7 a.m.; despatch at 8 p.m. Wm. Hick, foot messenger to Lillings Ambo, Sheriff Hutton, and Cornbrough at 6-30 a.m.

Post:

Post, Money Order, Telegraph Office, and Savings Bank also at Strensall Camp. Office opens at 7 a.m. and closes at 8 p.m. Letters via York arrive at 7 a.m., and 1-40, 4-10, and 5-55 p.m.; despatches at 7-30 and 10-10 am., 2-15, 4-50, and 7-30 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Armstrong & Sons, army contractors, Strensall camp
  • Bellerby Alfred, assistant overseer
  • Bowles George, coffee house, Strensall camp
  • Cartman Ward, brick and tile manufacturer
  • Clark John, boot and shoe maker
  • Clark William, boot and shoe maker
  • Cobb J., clerk of works, R.E., Lord's Moorfarm
  • Cobb T. W., builder's foreman, Lord's Moorfarm
  • Creaser John, junr., grocer and provision dlr., The Stores
  • Creaser John, senr., boot and shoe maker
  • Croft Jno., joiner, wheelwright, and postmaster, Post office
  • Culley R. P. & Co., army contractors, and messmen, Strensall Camp stores; S. H. Culley, manager. - ( See Advt.)
  • Cundall John & Son (Fred.), blacksmiths, &c.
  • Cunliffe Wm. B., photographic artist, Strensall camp and York
  • Draper Rev. Joseph Busby, M.A,, vicar and acting chaplain to Strensall camp
  • Dresser John, blacksmith
  • Green Henry, brick, tile, and earthenware manufacturer, Strensall pottery
  • Green James Henry, butcher
  • Green James, vict., Ship Inn
  • Greenwood Thomas, tailor
  • Hesp William, carting contractor
  • Linfoot Miss Mary
  • Milner Joseph, bricklayer
  • National School; John Edward Child, master
  • Nattriss Henry, vict., Half Moon Inn
  • O'Brien Mich., station master, Strensall station
  • Richardson William, grocer
  • Strensall Camp; Major-General N. Stevenson, commandant
  • Taylor William, 'bus proprietor, &c., Strensall Camp Livery stables
  • Tinson Richard, camp postman
  • Tuke Mrs. Hannah
  • Walker Wm., tanner, Strensall tannery (oak bark tanner of shaved and dressed hides)
  • Warrener Miss Margaret

Farmers.

  • Bellerby John Henry, Woodhouse farm
  • Bellerby Matthew, Woodhouse farm
  • Bland Richard William (and cattle dealer)
  • Bratley John, Forest hill
  • Buckton James, Duncombe farm
  • Clark David, Strensall forest
  • Clark John
  • Clark Thomas Tate (yeo.)
  • Coward Hugh
  • Dennis John
  • Dutton Joseph, Walbutt's farm and Haxby
  • Edmondson Robert, Low farm
  • Green Henry (yeo.), Greentree house
  • Hodgson John (yeo.)
  • Johnson Henry George Flintoff and Fred. Hy. (yeomen), Woodhouse lane
  • Rudd Charles
  • Rudd Joseph
  • Rule William
  • Simpson John (yeo.)
  • Smith Francis (yeo.)
  • Warrener J. (& joiner, &c.), Strensall Old hall
  • Watson Joseph, Hagg's house
  • Wells Thomas


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