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Help and advice for Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades for MOOR MONKTON in Bulmer's Directory of 1890.

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


  • Letters via York. Wall Box cleared at 6-20 p.m. No collection on Sunday.

Miscellany of trades

  • Carr Rev. Charles Heathcote, M.A., Rectory
  • Cousans Henry, blacksmith
  • Hopps Francis, gardener
  • Kilner William, basket maker, Cock hill
  • Nelson Charles, tailor and shopkeeper
  • Pindar Thomas, joiner
  • Poulter Peter, brick and tile manufacturer
  • Riddell James, station master, Marston station
  • Slingsby Fred. Wm., Esq., J.P., The Red house
  • Taylor Charles Albert, schoolmaster
  • Walmsley Wm., vict., Union Tavern, Marston station


  • Allison Ralph Thomas
  • Barnes Benjamin
  • Dean John, and vict., Wheat Sheaf
  • Deighton John
  • Deighton Robert
  • Fall John, Lawnd house
  • Forrington Robert
  • Gilbertson Thomas (and grocer)
  • Grayson Thomas, hind, Cock hill
  • Johnson William
  • Pindar Mrs. Esther
  • Rawling John, hind, Cock hill
  • Spink Henry
  • Wardman John Parker, Lodge farm
  • Webster Isaac, Rose cottage
  • Wetherall William, and vict., Skip Bridge Inn


  • Letters via York and Rufforth arrive at 8-30 a.m. No Post Office.

Miscellany of trades

  • Atkinson John, blacksmith, and at Knapton; h Acomb
  • Dobbey Richard, grocer
  • Dowell John, station master, Hessay station
  • Firth Miss Kate Marion, schoolmistress
  • Outhwaite Henry, vict., Wheat Sheaf


  • Abbey William (and cattle dealer)
  • Boyes Joseph (and joiner)
  • Broadley Mark (and thrashing machine propr.)
  • Daniel Andrew
  • Ditchburn Thomas
  • Hildreth David
  • Hunter Messrs.
  • Kirk John R. (& overseer & income tax collector)
  • Lumb Fountayn
  • Parker Henry (and road surveyor), Manor house
  • Parker Thomas (and chemist, York), Rupert cottage

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