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



  • Post, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank, at John Bell's. Letters
  • via York arrive at 6-0 am., and are delivered at 7-0 a.m. Despatch at 4-45 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Acomb Mr. George
  • Backhouse John, shoemaker
  • Bell John, tailor, draper, and postmaster
  • Buckle Mrs. Rachel, York street
  • Cobb Alfred Allen, market gardener, Holly Tree cottage
  • Creaser Henry, blacksmith
  • Drury James, coal dealer
  • Fearby Mr. Henry
  • Grainger Thomas, shopkeeper, and thrashing machine proprietor
  • Gray William, junr., butcher
  • Gray William, senr., joiner
  • Groves Edwin, tailor
  • Hart Mr. Henry Richard Wood, Ivy cottage
  • Herbert John, vict., Cross Keys
  • Herbert William Robert (W. & J. Herbert)
  • Hick Mrs. Ann, butcher
  • Hornshaw John, joiner
  • Hornshaw Thomas, blacksmith
  • Horsfield George, registrar of births and deaths, assistant overseer, secretary of Derwent Dist. Agricultural Club, Poplar cottage
  • Hudson William, vict., Blacksmith's Arms
  • Jackson William, Hull road
  • Jacques William B., butcher
  • Jewitt Mr. Edward
  • Lowther George, potato dealer, Hull road
  • Lund Mrs. Mary, York street
  • Mintoft John, beer retailer
  • Nichols John, bricklayer
  • Oxtoby Mrs. Hannah, The Green
  • Oxtoby John Wyld, beer retailer and miller
  • Pattison Mr. George, The Poplars
  • Pay Frederick Albert, schoolmaster
  • Randolph Canon Edward John, M.A., rector
  • Reading Room; secretary, Fred Albert Pay
  • Shepherd Matthew, shoemaker and sexton
  • Stabler Charles, cattle dealer
  • Stead George, grocer
  • Sykes Charles, potato dealer, York street
  • Taylor Mrs. Mary Ann, Church street
  • Temperance Hall; G. Pattison, proprietor
  • Tesseyman George, grocer
  • Tesseyman John, carter
  • Thompson Miss Agnes, grocer
  • Turner Thomas, grocer and draper

Carriers to York.

  • Buckle Geo. (to Five Lions), Walmgate,Wednesday and Saturday
  • Dickens - , from Stamford Bridge, passes through Dunnington Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
  • Milner Allison (to Lord Nelson), Walmgate, Wednesday and Saturday


  • Barker John, The Grange
  • Bell Charles, Hull road
  • Blacken William D., Common
  • Cartwright - , Common
  • Castill Henry, York street
  • Creaser Thomas John
  • Fowler William, Common
  • Harrison John (hind for William Milner)
  • Hart Charles Henry, Dunnington lodge
  • Horner George, Coneygarth lane
  • Jewitt John
  • Kendall Charles, junr., Church street
  • Kendall Charles, junr., Water lane
  • Leckonby Thomas, Manor farm
  • Little Richmond (hind for George Little)
  • Medcalfe Edward
  • Milner Allison
  • Mortimer Mrs. M. A., and vict., Greyhound Inn
  • Palfreyman Thomas, Common
  • Penty Mrs. Emma, Thorntree hill
  • Potipher George, Common
  • Sellers William (and coal dealer)
  • Tesseyman James, junr., Hagg lane
  • Tesseyman James, senr., Common
  • Whitwell Mrs. Jane
  • Wright John, Common
  • Wyld John, Common

Implement Makers.

  • Herbert W. &. J.
  • Hornshaw Henry
  • Hornshaw Joseph
  • Hornshaw William


  • Letters via York.

Miscellany of trades

  • Dobson Mark, gamekeeper


  • Border Saml. (& grocer at York), Grimston hill
  • Brown Thos., foreman, Manor farm
  • Jacques Fredk., Manor house
  • Milner William, Bingley house
  • Scott Geo. (hind for Richard Jackson)
  • Smith Robert

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