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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for BURYTHORPE in Post Office Directory of 1857.

Private Residents:

  • William Preston Esq. Burythorpe House
  • Rev Henry John Walker (incumbent)


  • John Arrlman farmer
  • Thomas Bentley boot and shoemaker
  • Thomas Creyke registrars of births, deaths and marriages
  • William Hall farmer
  • John Hardy tailor
  • Henry Hoggard wheelwright
  • John Horsfield Bay Horse
  • William Horsfield boot and shoemaker
  • John Hudson grocer and tailor
  • Thomas Jennings farmer
  • Francis Reaveley tailor
  • Thomas Simpson parish clerk
  • John Strangeway boot and shoemaker
  • John Strangeway blacksmith
  • Mrs Mary Teasdale grocer
  • James Waite butcher and farmer
  • John Walker farmer Penhow
  • John Weller gardener
  • Robert Wood grocer


  • Letters through Malton by foot-messenger which is the nearest money order office

Transcribed by Shelly Stephenson. ©2006