Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades for DRINGHOUSES in Bulmer's Directory of 1890.
- Post Office at Mrs. Hannah Thomson's, grocer. Letters via York arrive at 7 a.m. and 7-30 p.m., and are despatched at 8 a.m. and 7-30 p.m.
Miscellany of trades
- Biscomb John & T., brick manufacturers
- Bromehead Rev. John Nowill, A.K.C., The Vicarage
- Brown William, junr., joiner, cabinet maker, undertaker, wheelwright, shoeing and general smith; smithwork executed in the best and neatest manner; noted for shoeing hunters; special attention to greenhouse work; prices given; orders punctually attended to; Perseverance works
- Brown Wm., senr., gardener and parish clerk
- Close Alderman John, The Hollies
- Club and Reading Room; W. D. Hodgson, sec.
- Dawson John Walker, vict., Turf Tavern
- Ellis Harry, cowkeeper
- Glover Walter William, vict., Cross Keys, horse breaker and horse dealer; horses broken and made handy to hounds; horses bought and sold on commission on reasonable terms; hunters let out for hire; good stabling for hunters, &c.
- Humpheries William, police sergeant
- Jackson Thomas, assist. overseer and collector of government taxes
- Jepson Mr. Thomas Francis
- Leach George, schoolmaster
- Munro Russell Henry, Esq., The Cottage
- Nelson John, brick and tile manufacturer
- Pottage William, vict., Fox Inn
- Raine Mr. William Henry, The Beeches
- Rushton John, gardener
- Severne Mr. Edward
- Shoukemith Mr. John, Oak house
- Thomson Mrs. Hannah, grocer, Post office
- Wright Mr. Charles Ed. Leigh, The Manor
- Bentley Thomas (and overseer), The Moor
- Easton Fred. (and cattle dealer), Manor farm
- Stoker Joseph, The Moor
- Bellerby Thomas
- Brown Joseph
- Exelby Henry
- Hope George
- Hughes Mrs. Elizabeth
- Jemeison Arthur Cooke
- Parker George
- Pearcy George
- Snowball Joseph
- Verity Thomas
Scan, OCR and html by Colin Hinson. Checking and correction by Peter Nelson.