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

Private Residents:

  • Rev John Ash Gaussen MA
  • The Hon. and Rev Stephen Willoughby Lawley MA rector
  • Rev Frederick Peel MA vicar
  • Lord Wenlock Escrick Park


  • John Anderson farm bailiff
  • James Baren farmer Win Chat
  • John Baren farmer
  • William Beckett shopkeeper
  • George Bell farmer
  • Francis Brown farmer
  • George Brown farmer and butcher
  • John Brown Bull
  • Robert Brown tailor
  • John Buckle carpenter and wheelwright
  • Charles Chatterton farmer Pallion Farm
  • John Coates poultryman Menagerie farm
  • John Cooper shoemaker and registrar of births and deaths
  • John Croft farmer Hangsman Hall
  • Robert Davison shopkeeper
  • Thomas Dennison shoemaker
  • Robert Eagle farmer
  • W. Frankham clerk of words
  • John Garner grocer and draper
  • John Gell wood veiner
  • William Gilbertson farmer Wrays' House
  • William Gray mail contractor and carrier
  • John Harrup farmer
  • James Haw farmer and carrier
  • William Haw shoemaker
  • Benjamin Hoop gamekeeper
  • George Hillah master of school
  • Matthew Jackson smith
  • Thomas Jelly land agent Escrick Park office
  • George Kay tailor
  • William Kirk farmer
  • Thomas Lister sexton
  • Christopher Mason farmer and carrier
  • John Mitchell gardener
  • John Moult bricklayer
  • John Natriss farmer Grange
  • Benjamin Pearson tailor
  • John Portens shoemaker and postmaster
  • Mark Rennison gamekeeper
  • G C Smith bailiff
  • William Stanbrook warrener
  • John Stark farmer
  • Anthony Taylor tailor Approach Farm
  • Benjamin Wikeley Mount Pleasant

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

Miscellany of trades

  • William Beckett swan
  • Joseph Bell farmer
  • Joseph Bell wheelwright Crockey Hill
  • John Carlton farmer
  • William Daniel farmer
  • Robert Graves farmer
  • William Hobson farmer
  • W. Killingbeck farmer
  • Joseph Milner shoemaker
  • Mrs Moody farmer
  • John Richardson farmer
  • Robert Robson farmer


  • Letters through York, John Porteus, postmaster.
  • Letters arrive at quarter to 7am and are despatched at quarter past 7pm.
  • Nearest money order office is at York.

Transcribed by Shelly Stephenson. ©2006