Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades for BARMBY MOOR in Bulmer's Directory of 1892.



  • Post Office at Welburn Ringrose's, shoemaker. Letters via York. Nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office, Pocklington, (two miles.) Delivery at 7-0 a.m.; despatch, 6-30 p.m., Sundays included.

Miscellany of trades

  • Blowman Moses, tailor
  • Carr Mrs. Mary, carrier to York, Saturday and alternate Thursdays
  • Dunn Mr. Peter Septimus
  • Fountain Mr. Arthur
  • Giles Thomas, grocer
  • Hanley Edwd., vict. and blacksmith, Boot and Slipper
  • Maddison Joseph Robert, schoolmaster
  • Nottingham Miss Zylpha
  • Pocklington Mr. Matthew
  • Preston Mrs. Mary
  • Rees Rev. Wm. Davison Wood, The Vicarage
  • Ringrose Jesse, shoemaker
  • Ringrose Welburn, shoemaker, Post office
  • Siddall Allan
  • Smith Mrs. Frances, The Laurels
  • Vaux Mr. Thomas
  • Wales Mr. George, Slate Pit house
  • Wilson Thomas, joiner


  • Allison Charles, Greenlands cottage
  • Allison Thomas
  • Bagley David
  • Barnes George, Newlands
  • Blanshard Seth (and rate collector)
  • Calam John
  • Craggs R.
  • Foster David Helm (Exors.), Field house
  • Gibb George, Slate Pit farm
  • Hardy John George
  • Harper James
  • Herbert James, Dumplin castle
  • Hird James
  • Holmes John
  • Houlden John
  • Jacques Martin, Barmby grange
  • Kell George
  • Massey William, and vict. Barmby New Inn
  • Midgley James
  • Moor Joseph, Barmby Moor house
  • Moore Thomas, Ivy house
  • Moore William
  • Nicholls Thomas (and cattle dealer)
  • Quarton Robert, North field
  • Richardson Josiah (and carrot and potato merchant), Greenlands
  • Shepherdson Henry (and contractor)
  • Siddall Hugh
  • Sissons John
  • Smith Charles, Primrose cottage
  • Smith George
  • Smith John Topham, North field
  • Smith Thomas
  • Stephenson John
  • Triffitt Thomas (and horse dealer)
  • Warriner William, Little grange

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