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


  • Post, Money Order and Telegraph Office, and Savings Bank; Henry Denison, postmaster. Letters
  • via York arrive at 6-5 a.m. and 4-10 p.m.; and are despatched at 7-15 p.m. Mr. Joseph Mason, mail cart contractor, Escrick.


  • Wenlock Lord, chairman Deramore Lord, Heslington Bateson de Yarburgh R. W., Esq., Heslington Dunnington-Jefferson J.J. Esq., Thicket priory Key Capt. William Henry, Fulford hall Lees Lieut.-Colonel, Acomb park Mawdesley F. L., Esq., Fulford Palmer Guy St. Maur, Esq., Lingoroft Preston E. H., Esq., Bishopthorpe Preston Major Thomas Henry, Moreby hall Sandys Major, R.A. (retired), Fulford house Whitehead George, Esq., Deighton grove Clerk to the Justices, Robert Holtby Petty Sessions are held at the Court house, Escrick, the first Friday in each month, at 11 a.m. The following places are included in the Petty Sessional division:- Barlby, Cliffe-cumLund, Deighton, North Driffield, South Driffield, Dunnington, Elvington, Escrick, Gate Fulford, Water Fulford, Grimston, Heslington, Kelfield, Kexby, Langwith, Menthorpe, Naburn, Osgodby, Riccall, Skipwith, Stillingfleet Stamford Bridge with Scoreby, Thorganby-with- West Cottingwith, and Wheldrake
  • County Police station - Jno. Rawlings, inspector
  • County Council for for Escrick division - F. E. Walker

Miscellany of trades

  • Askew William, clerk of works
  • Bearup James Edward, stationmaster
  • Bell George, painter
  • Bradley Thomas, butcher, farmer, and vict., Black Bull
  • Cattley John, joiner, builder, and wheelwright
  • Denison Henry, postmaster, parish clerk, and sexton, Post office
  • Dickson John, water bailiff for the Ouse and Derwent Commissioners
  • Ellar Robert, bricklayer
  • Escrick & District Co-operative Society, Ltd., grocers, flour, and provision, etc., dealers; Jas. Benson, manager; H. Denison, secretary
  • Escrick Agricultural Society - J. Dickson, Sec.
  • Escrick Brick and Tile Works, Riccall road; John Raper, manager
  • Escrick Park Reading Room and Library; Hy. Denison, secretary
  • Faulkner Charles Irvine, L.K. & Q.C., P.I. L.R.C.S.I., L.M., cottage hospital & medical officer, No. 7 District, York Union
  • Fawkes Rev. Fred., The Rectory
  • Foster John, head gamekeeper, Wheldrake road
  • Frost Willaim, East Lodge
  • Hutchinson Joseph, schoolmaster
  • Hutton George, tailor and draper, and registrar of births and deaths for Escrick district
  • Laycock George, gas manager
  • Lister George, foreman joiner
  • Mason Joseph, cab proprietor and mail cart contractor, and farmer
  • Menzies J. Graham, Esq., Escrick park
  • Mitchell John, late head gardener (to Lord Wenlock), The Gardens
  • Rawlings John, police inspector, Police station
  • Reader Jos., foreman blacksmith & cowkeeper
  • Richardson William, saddle & harness maker
  • Scott Mr. Charles
  • Skilbeck John Tindall, house carpenter to Lord Wenlock
  • Waite George, head gardener, The Villa
  • Walker Francis Elliott, land agent to Lord Wenlock, Red house
  • Wenlock The Dowager Lady Elizabeth, The Villa
  • Wenlock The Right Hon. The Lord, J.P., and C.C. for Escrick, Escrick Park, now Governor of Madras


  • Bland Richard, Tilesheds farm
  • Burniston Richard, Chequer's hall
  • Calvert Spink, Mount pleasant
  • Dixon Matthew, Gilbertson's farm
  • Foxton Hartas, Escrick grange
  • Leaf Silvester, Glade farm and Park farm
  • Richmond George, Manor farm
  • Rowley Edward (farm bailiff to Lord Wenlock), Menagerie farm
  • Taylor Thomas, junr., Bell's farm
  • Taylor Thos., senr., Approach farm & Bell's farm
  • Tomlinson S., Mount farm
  • Winters William, Whinchat hall


  • Post Office at Crockey Hill; E. Leaf, sub-postmaster. Letters,
  • via York, arrive at 5-50 a.m.; and are despatched 7-30 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Beckett Geo., vict., Swan Inn, and Rush farm
  • Cartman Thomas, blacksmith
  • Hague Richard, market gardener, and carrier to York, on Saturday
  • Henderson John, woodman
  • Leaf Edwin, blacksmith, Crockey Hill Post office
  • Milner George, shoemaker
  • White Thomas, joiner and wheelwright


  • Beckett George, Parks farm
  • Beckett John, Deighton hall
  • Beckett John, Rectory and Crabtree Hill farms
  • Carlton John, North house, Crockey hill
  • Graves Robert and John
  • Hobson Thomas, Crockey hill
  • Howden William, Spring House farm
  • Jacques John, The Old Pit house
  • Long John, Primrose hill
  • Lowther Thomas Bell, Hall farm
  • Richardson Thomas and Richard, Holly hall

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