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



  • Post, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank; Thomas Abbott, postmaster. Letters, via York, arrive at 8-10 a.m., and are despatched at 6-15 p.m. Postal Telegraph Office, at Riccall Station.

Miscellany of trades

  • Bean Miss Sarah Elizabeth, dressmaker
  • Bell Mrs. Ann, Townsley terrace
  • Bell Mr. Thomas, Riccall house
  • Benson William, gardener, Burton house
  • Brewster James, horse dealer
  • Brown Thomas William Dawson, police constable, police station
  • Bulmer John William, cartowner
  • Bulmer Thomas, senr., shoemaker
  • Camplejohn John, bricklayer
  • Camplejohn John, junr., bricklayer, coal dealer, and grocer
  • Castle William, joiner and wheelwright
  • Cattley Joseph, joiner and wheelwright
  • Daniel Mrs. Elizabeth, Laburnum cottage
  • Daniel Mrs. Mary, grocer and flour dealer
  • Daniel Mrs. Sarah, shopkeeper
  • Darling Samuel, coal agent and vict., Hare and Hounds Inn
  • Deighton Philip, vet. surgeon, M.R.C.v.S.
  • Fairweather Joseph, grocer
  • Farrow Rev. John Rotherford, B.A., The Vicarage
  • Fidler William, hay and straw dealer, and victualler, Drovers' Arms
  • Foster Mr. Plaxton
  • Hare Christopher, blacksmith
  • Harriman Mrs. Hannah, sick nurse, & lodgings
  • Hepworth William, schoolmaster, registrar of births and deaths for Riccall sub-district, and secretary of Riccall Co-operative Society, Ltd., Schoolhouse
  • Horner Mrs. Jane, The Cottage
  • Jackson Arthur, grocer
  • Lazenby Mrs. Jane, Chapel street
  • Lee Richard, Prudential agent
  • Longfield Geo., market gardener and miller
  • Mason Frank, butcher
  • Morley John, tailor
  • Pickard Mr. Thomas
  • Pratt James, timber merchant, steam saw and grinding mills, and farmer. Coney house
  • Pratt John, timber merchant, Coney house
  • Rennison Mrs. Hannah
  • Reynolds William Henry, stationmaster
  • Riccall Co-operative Society, Ltd., grocers, drapers, &c.; Joseph Griffiths, manager; William Hepworth, secretary

Miscellany of trades

  • Riccall Parochial School; William Hepworth, master
  • Robson Frederick, land surveyor, assistantoverseer, and tithe collector
  • Simpson Mr. Lawrence, Red house
  • Slater John William, carter and carrier to Selby (Monday), and York (Saturday)
  • Taylor Christopher, blacksmith
  • Thellusson Charles, Esq., Riccall hall
  • Walker & Sons, cab proprietors and contractors, Greyhound Inn
  • Walker Andrew, vict., Greyhound Inn
  • Walker Mrs. Mary, Belle Vue house
  • Waslin Mr. Thomas, Cherry Tree house
  • Wray Mr. Robert


  • Atlay Mrs. Sarah Jane, Wheel hall
  • Barton Thomas
  • Bradley Samuel, Nova Scotia farm
  • Bulmer Christopher, Church street
  • Bulmer Thomas, junior
  • Cook William, Green Lane farm
  • Creaser John (and miller), The Villa
  • Dixon William, Hawthorn house
  • Douglas Henry (and parish clerk)
  • Fenteman Joseph, Denham house
  • Hanley Thomas, Newlands farm
  • Hare Ernest
  • Hare Francis (and steam thrasher and reaping machine proprietor)
  • Hawkins Charles, Church street
  • Kay William
  • Kirkman George, Church End farm
  • Poppleton William (bailiff), Selby end
  • Pratt James, Coney house
  • Pratt John, Park view
  • Rennison Mark
  • Riley Alfred, Riccall grange
  • Romans Frederick Henry. Coppergate
  • Romans John, Dam End farm
  • Romans Thomas, Dam End farm
  • Scholey Robert (and butcher)
  • Shepherd William
  • Stead Thomas (yeoman), Longlands house
  • Tomlinson Thomas
  • Waite George, Strawberry farm
  • White George

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