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



  • Post Office, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank; Mrs. Harriet Hodgson, sub-postmistress. Mails arrive at 6-26 am., via York and Malton, and are despatchsd at 7-26 p.m., on week-days. Sunday mails arrive at 8-21 a.m. in summer and at 5-17 a.m. in winter. Despatch at 7-12 p.m. all the year round. Nearest Telegraph Office, Sherburn - three miles distant.

Miscellany of trades

  • Anderson Fred, tailor and draper
  • Beacroft John, joiner, Freegift cottage
  • Beal Joseph, grocer
  • Elliott Henry, schoolmaster
  • Hodgson Mrs. Harriet, draper and grocer
  • Hodgson William, bootmaker and grocer
  • Hutton Rev. Alfred Jevons, L.Th., curate
  • Hutton Rev. Joseph Henry, BA., rector
  • Milner George, joiner
  • Naylor James, station master
  • Outhet John, vict. and brewer, Dawnay Arms
  • Shepherd William, gamekeeper
  • Short Rev. Hugh Martin, The Hall
  • Thompson Frederick William, tailor
  • Wallace Henry, gardener


  • Abbey Philip, Wold house
  • Baker Richard, Middle flat
  • Elsworth John Ellis (& cattle dealer), Carr hs
  • Miles Robert William, Heslerton carr
  • Outhet John, Dawnay Arms


  • Postal address, East Heslerton, York.

  • Wall Letter Box cleared at 5-30 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Jones William & Co., rope and sheep net manufacturers
  • Speck Messrs. Jonathan and William
  • Tindall George, grocer
  • Tindall John, butcher and freeholder
  • Tindall Thomas, blacksmith
  • Turner John, bootmaker
  • Walker Rev. Richard, M.A., vicar
  • Woodhall John, grocer and freeholder


  • Atkinson George, Wold farm
  • Beal Mark, Ling hall
  • Botterill George, Manor house
  • Cordiner Richard, Carr house
  • Coverdale John Ascough, The Grange
  • Hall Robinson
  • Jackson James, Whin Moor build
  • Tindall Thomas, senr. and Thomas, junr.

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