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

Miscellany of trades

  • John Bannard schoolmaster
  • George Gibson farmer
  • William Glaisby shopkeeper
  • George Gray farmer and brick and tile manufacturer
  • John Ireland farmer
  • William Kirkby farmer
  • George Marshall farmer
  • Thomas Marshall farmer
  • Hugh Nottingham farmer Glebe farm
  • Mrs Ann Spence farmer
  • William Steward farmer and horse dealer
  • John Vause farmer and shoemaker
  • Matthew Ward farmer
  • Robert Wilkinson Gold Cup Inn and tailor

Post:

  • London and other letters through York via Kexby by mail cart and from Kexby by
  • horse postman, delivered at 8am and again passes through the village at 4pm for Kexby.

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for EAST STAMFORD BRIDGE in Post Office Directory of 1857.

Miscellany of trades

  • Charles Alfred Darley esq. JP Buttonfield House
  • Burton Richardson esq
  • Mrs Nanny Stubbs
  • John Wright esq.

Commercial:

  • John Appleton toll collector
  • George Beal farmer
  • Francis Burden wheelwright
  • Mrs Mary Cook farmer
  • William Dickons blacksmith
  • Thomas Dresser grocer, druggist, draper and seedsman
  • Thomas Ellis grocer and draper
  • George Fentiman tailor
  • Killitia Gossip Bay Horse Inn, wheelwright and blacksmith
  • William Gray brick and tile manufacturer and builder
  • Richard Hood and son wine and spirit merchants and seedsmen
  • Thomas Lund shoemaker
  • James McDonald railway station master
  • Thomas Pearson farmer
  • Rotherford and Fairweather millers
  • Thomas Saltmarsh farmer and brick and tile manufacturer
  • James Schofield Hope and Anchor Inn
  • Mrs Mary Scott grocer
  • George Robinson Smith plumber, glazier, house decorator, grocer and postmaster
  • John Smith farmer
  • Henry Sunley New Inn and brewer
  • David Swales farmer
  • George Taylor farmer
  • John Wallis saddler
  • John Wilkinson rope and twine maker
  • Richard Witty horse breaker
  • John Wright surgeon

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

Miscellany of trades

  • William Barrow tailor
  • Thomas Bell farmer Catton Park
  • William Dales farmer
  • Richard Herbert farmer
  • Thomas Horsley farmer
  • Mrs Hannah Hutchinson Pig Inn
  • Joseph Johnson farmer Hall Farm
  • Michael Kemp farmer Catton Grange
  • George Kirby blacksmith
  • John Kirkby farmer Glebe Farm
  • Richard Kirkby farmer Hessell Farm
  • John Mozzen farmer Catton Lodge
  • Edwin Nottingham farmer
  • Robert Sanderson shopkeeper and shoemaker
  • John Shepherdson farmer
  • William Shepherdson carpenter
  • Thomas Skelton farmer
  • George Wilson cattle dealer

Miscellany of trades

  • Letters through York via Kexby by horse postman.

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

Miscellany of trades

  • James Allison farmer
  • Christopher Coulson farmer
  • Thomas Ingle farmer
  • John Quarton farmer
  • Robert Simpson farmer
  • Alfred Smith farmer
  • Henry Stephenson farmer
  • Stephen Young gamekeeper to Lord Londsborough

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for WEST STAMFORD BRIDGE in Post Office Directory of 1857.

Miscellany of trades

  • George Bell gardener
  • George Bew painter, plumber and glazier
  • Thomas Danby brewer, maltster, timber, coal and wine merchant
  • Mrs Mary Wolford shopkeeper and coal dealer

Transcribed by Shelly Stephenson. ©2006