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


LOW CATTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters via Stamford Bridge and York. Wall box cleared at 5 p.m., week days only. Nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office, Stamford Bridge (one-and-a-half miles).

Miscellany of trades

  • Addison Henry, shoemaker and shopkeeper
  • Lowther Mrs. Eliza, Kexby Bridge
  • Marshall Mr. George
  • Puckering Geo. Hy., gamekeeper & woodman
  • Puxley Rev. Herbert Labillin, M.A., The Recty.
  • Spence Miss Mary
  • Wilkinson Robt., tailor & vict., Gold Cup
  • Willis William, schoolmaster

Farmers.

  • Gilbertson John, Rectory farm
  • Gospel Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Ireland George, Kexby house
  • Myers George, Brickyard farm
  • Pickering R., Ash Tree farm
  • Puckering William, Cuckoo Nest farm
  • Taylor John, Poplar farm
  • Voase William
  • Waite Thomas (and clerk and sexton)

HIGH CATTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters via Stamford Bridge and York. Wall Box cleared at 4-30 p.m., week days only. Nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office, Stamford Bridge (one mile).

Miscellany of trades

  • Bell John and George, pig dealers
  • Foster Mr. James
  • Scott John, carrier to York, Wednesday and Saturday, via Stamford Bridge
  • Shepperdson Mrs., joiner and wheelwright

Farmers,

  • Atkinson William, Fat Rabbit farm
  • Blythe John
  • Blythe William, Prospect house
  • Dickinson J. C.
  • Fletcher Joseph, Town end
  • Houslay John, Grange farm
  • Jackson Richard, Park farm
  • Johnson Edmund, Hall farm
  • Kirkby Edward, White house
  • Pattison William
  • Rowntree Robert, Far Field farm
  • Townsley James, Primrose hill
  • Walker George, Gravel Pit farm

STAMFORD BRIDGE EAST TOWNSHIP.

  • Post, Money Order, Telegraph Office, Savings Bank, &c., at George Dickson's. Letters arrive via York at 7-15 a.m., and 5-35 p.m., and are despatched at 5-30 and 8.30 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Barker George, blacksmith
  • Blakey Charles, vict., The New Inn
  • Clarke George, corn merchant
  • Cook Mr. John
  • Derwent District Agricultural Club, held at the New Inn; Geo. Horsfield, sec., Dunnington
  • Derwent District Friendly Society, held at St. John's Room; D. Donkin, secretary
  • Dickons Geo., tailor, draper, grocer & postmaster
  • Dickons J. W., blacksmith
  • Dickons Wm., carrier to York (King's Arm's, Foss Bridge), Tues., Thurs., and Sat.
  • Dresser Rd. Wells (Thos. Dresser & Sons)
  • Dresser Thos. & Sons, grocers, factors, guano and seed marchants
  • Esh Mr. Richard
  • Evans Henry, schoolmaster
  • Flint Mrs. Mary
  • Gray Miss Elizabeth, lodgings, Waterfall view
  • Harrison Thos., thrashing machine proprietor
  • Hughes Rev. James, curate of Catton-with-Stamford Bridge
  • Kay Robert, tailor, hatter, outfitter, and boot dealer, and at York
  • Manners Robert, saddler
  • McKinnel W. H., asst. surgeon, Waterfall view
  • Midgley William, vict., Bay Horse
  • Oxtoby Miss Annie, ladies' school, Vine house
  • Oxtoby John, miller, Derwent house
  • Paylor William, tailor
  • Pickering Richard, joiner and undertaker
  • Rotherford Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker
  • Shaw George, grocer, draper, and butcher
  • Smith John Johnson
  • Steel J. B., stationmaster
  • Twineham David, bricklayer
  • Twineham William, shoemaker
  • Walker Robert, joiner and wheelwright
  • Winn William, clerk and sexton
  • Wright C. E. L., Esq., Burton Field hall
  • Wright Frederick, L.S.A., Derwent hill

Farmers.

  • Addison Cook, Brick yard
  • Holmes Henry, The Village
  • Hudson Thomas, Burtonfields
  • Kirby Mrs. Dinah, Danegelt house
  • Kirby Fred, Danegelt house
  • Kirby John (& horse dealer - coaching), Burtonfields
  • Kirby Matthew, Danegelt house
  • Rennison Ernest, hind for Mr. John Kirby, Burtonfields
  • Saltmarsh Mrs. Elizabeth, Beechwood house
  • Thompson William

STAMFORD BRIDGE-WEST-WITH-SCOREBY TOWNSHIP.

  • Post, Money Order, and Telegraph Office, Stamford Bridge. Letters via York.

Miscellany of trades

  • Browne Mrs. Mary Ann, Manor house, Stamford Bridge
  • Reed Mr. John
  • Smith Saml. painter, &c., Old Hope and Anchor

Farmers.

  • Fawcett Robert, Scoreby
  • Jacques Wm. Bentley, Hagg's farm, Scoreby
  • Little William, North farm, Scoreby
  • Martin Robert, Scoreby grange
  • Martin William, White house, Scoreby
  • Quarton Mrs. Elizabeth, Manor house, Scoreby
  • Reed Richard
  • Rennison George, South farm, Scoreby
  • Ward Moses, Limefield farm, Scoreby (hind for W. Little)
  • Young Stephen (and bailiff for Lord Londesborough), Londesborough lodge, Scoreby


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