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

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  • Post Office and Postal Order Office, Muston, Hunmanby, R.S.O.; Letters arrive at 6-30 a.m., from Hunmanby, R.S.O., and are despatched at 5-20 p.m., to Filey, on week-days only. F. J. Campbell, sub-postmaster. Nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office, Hunmanby, R.S.O., one-and-a-half miles distant.

Miscellany of trades

  • Atkinson Samuel, vict., Cross Keys
  • Boyes William, bootmaker, and carrier to Scarborough, on Thursday; Bridlington, on Wednesday and Saturday; and Filey and Folkton, on Friday
  • Brown Rev. John Fisher, L.Th., The Vicarage
  • Campbell Mrs. Emma, grocer, &c.
  • Campbell Francis James, joiner and builder
  • Cook Mrs. Harriet
  • Dixon Mr. Thomas, Prospect house
  • Dobson George, cart owner
  • Johnson Jesse, tailor, draper, sexton, and parish clerk
  • Marshall Thomas, junr., jobbing gardener and assistant overseer
  • Marshall Thomas, senr., market gardener
  • Meggitt Mr. Elijah, Muston lodge
  • Moore Thomas, butcher
  • Mowthorpe John, cart owner
  • Nellist John, grocer, and at Filey
  • Pentycross George, master, Ch. of Eng. school
  • Poole Maymon, bootmaker and grocer
  • Rodda William S., joiner
  • Shaw William, blacksmith
  • Whiting William, vict., Ship Inn

Farmers.

  • Appleby Frank, Wold
  • Barmby Mrs. Mary Ann (and miller)
  • Bayes James, West house
  • Bird Brumpton, Mount pleasant
  • Carter William, Carr
  • Coleman John, C.A., Muston hall
  • Foster Miss Elizabeth
  • Garbutt Robert
  • Grindel William, Fox Hill farm
  • Hutchinson Christopher, King street
  • Lawson Mrs. Elizabeth, Greame house
  • Martin Edwin, Crake house and Muston grange; h Filey
  • Moore John (also butcher and road surveyor)

Miscellany of trades

  • Shaw Mrs. Mary, Muston cottage
  • Simpson John Jordan (and valuer), Pilmoor hs
  • Temple Woodall (and butcher), Muston Carr
  • Welborn George


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