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Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades for BROMPTON BY SAWDON in Bulmer's Directory of 1890.



  • Post, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank at Peter Owston's, Brompton, York. Deliveries week-days, 8-10 a.m.; Sundays, 7-40 a.m. in July, August, September, and October, and 9-40 rest of year. Despatches:- week-days, 6-25 p.m.; Sundays, 12-40 p.m.

Brompton-with-Sawdon School Board.

  • - Meet at the School the first Tuesday in every month.
  • William Botterill, chairman;
  • William Sturdy, vice-chairman;
  • Frederick Rowntree,
  • John Mudd,
  • Robert Bonell;
  • Abraham Walker, clerk to the Board, and attendance officer.

Brompton-with-Sawdon Board School

  • Boys, Isaac Garbutt Featherstone;
  • Infants, Hannah Featherstone

Miscellany of trades

  • Botterill Matthew, cashier, clerk to the Commissioners for the Muston and Yedingham Drainage
  • Cayley George Everard Arthur, Esq., J.P., The Green
  • Cayley Sir Geo. Allanson, Bart., J.P., High hall
  • Chambers Rev. Francis O., M.A. (Oxon.), vicar
  • Cockerill Frederick George, grocer
  • Gough Wm., land agent, Gallows hill
  • Hill John, Low hall
  • Hopper Wm., joiner and farmer
  • Hughes Rev. Arthur, curate
  • Jefferson Thomas, tailor and draper
  • Kendall Hannah, brewer, butcher & vict., New Inn
  • Leaf Robert, builder
  • Lightfoot Charles, joiner
  • Marshall Elizabeth, laundress
  • Metcalf Jane, lodgings
  • Owston Peter, grocer
  • Pennock Sarah, lodgings
  • Poad Miss Anne
  • Prince Dixon, grocer
  • Revelcy John Thomas, miller
  • Robinson Gabriel
  • Rowntree Frederick, Dale villa
  • Scales George, blacksmith
  • Stephenson Ellen, lodgings
  • Stockhill Mary, lodgings
  • Tindall J., vict. and farmer, William IV.
  • Tiplady James, shoemaker
  • Tyson George James, insurance agent
  • Tyson Richard Mark, grocer
  • Walker Abraham, lodgings


  • Railway Station, Brompton - Chas. F. Dunford, station master


  • D. Prince, to Scarborough Tuesdays and Thursdays, and Malton Saturdays
  • John Dixon, to Scarborough;


  • Barker Charles Ward
  • Botterill William
  • Clark William
  • Craven Thomas
  • Crosby Charles, Brompton carr
  • Dickinson Vasey, Brompton carr
  • Hoggarth George, Derwent cottage
  • Kendall Chas. Lazenby, The Green farm
  • Marflitt Watson
  • Mudd John
  • Sturdy Wm. Sunley, Manor house
  • Webster John, Hall farm


  • Postal address, Sawdon, Brompton, York.


  • Letters arrive from Brompton about 10 am., and are despatched about 4-30 p.m. Money Order Office, Brompton.

Miscellany of trades

  • Barry William, Sawdon park
  • Bonell Robert
  • Brown Thomas, grocer
  • Coulson Annie, grocer
  • Coultas Norris, shoemaker
  • Farnell Tom, vict. and farmer, Buck Inn
  • Goodhill Charles, blacksmith
  • Idell John, farm bailiff
  • Idell Mary, dressmaker
  • Jeffells L., owner of steam thrashing machine
  • Lightfoot Nathan, joiner, wheelwright, and carriage painter
  • Ward William


  • John Jackson, Meggison Jeffells, and Joseph Jackson - to Scarborough


  • Coulson William
  • Coultas Henry, Sawdon Park cottage
  • Gray John
  • Hick James
  • Hopper Ellen, Dale farm
  • Idell Wm. Barry, Sawdon park
  • Poad William
  • Waites David, Basin howe
  • Ward John
  • Watson John, Whin Floor hall
  • Wilson George, Grain end


  • Postal address, Troutsdale, Scarborough.


  • Messenger arrives from Hackness about 12 noon, and collects same time. Money Order Office, Snainton; Telegraph Office, Thorntondale or Scarborough.


  • Allan John, Troutsdale hall
  • Coulson Robert, Backless
  • Dennis Christopher, Manor house
  • Green Stephen, Rock house
  • Hunter John Wm., Little farm
  • Spenceley Jph. (& miller), Heron Head house


  • Post, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank; George Cooper, postmaster. Telegraph Office, Sherburn. Deliveries:- week-days, 9-10 a.m.; Sundays, 8-35 a.m. winter, and 10-35 summer. Despatches:- week-days, 2-55 p.m. winter, and 3-55 p.m. summer; Sundays, 9-55 a.m. winter, and 11-55 a.m. summer.

Miscellany of trades

  • County Councillor for Snainton Division. - Thomas Byron, Esq., J.P., South Ings

Miscellany of trades

  • Atkinson Robert, Carr house
  • Atkinson Wm., vict. and farmer, Peacock Inn
  • Baker Francis, Esq., J.P., Heddon lodge, Brompton, York.
  • Beswick Richard, saddler
  • Beswick Samuel, joiner and farmer
  • Boyes John Taylor, market gardener
  • Burton Henry, butcher
  • Caley Mrs. Helen, Wydale, Brompton, York
  • Cooper George, grocer
  • Dales George, blacksmith
  • Davies Hy. Havelock, surgeon, M.B. and C.M. Cliffe grange
  • Dowson Vasey, shoemaker
  • Frank James, cattle dealer, &c.
  • Garbutt Tom, police constable
  • Glaves John, grocer, &c.
  • Hall Henry Robert, vict. and brewer, New Inn
  • Hardwicke Wrightson, butcher and farmer
  • Harland Robert, market gardener
  • Harland Thomas, tailor, draper, &c.
  • Hawes Thomas, tailor and draper
  • Jefferson Tom, farm bailiff, Wydale
  • Jennison George, butcher
  • Jopling William, draper, &c.
  • Keld Henry, market gardener
  • Lownsbrough Wm., market gardener
  • Nicholls Mary, dressmaker
  • Nicholls William
  • Oldroyd Charles, schoolmaster (National)
  • Pearson Robert Nesfield, refreshments
  • Piercy Miss Elizabeth
  • Reading Room; Richard Danby
  • Roger William, blacksmith
  • Simpson Misses Dinah and Mary
  • Stonehouse Crispin, grocer, &c., and farmer
  • Stubbs Francis
  • Townsend Wm., vict., Rifle Corps Inn
  • Trowsdale Thomas, boot and shoe maker
  • Vasey Joseph, tailor and draper
  • Williamson Mrs. Esther
  • Wilson J., owner of steam thrashing machine
  • Yorkshire Penny Bank; Saturdays, 7 to 8 p.m. J. M. Brooke, actuary


  • Station (Pickering & Seamer, N. E. Railway), Samuel Hall


  • John Richardson, to Malton Wednesdays and Saturdays, Scarborough Thursdays;
  • Thomas Stubbs, Malton Saturdays, and Scarborough Thursdays


  • Abram Peter, Fowbridge
  • Atkinson Robert, East End house
  • Boak Wm., Fowbridge
  • Brooke John, Marsland
  • Byron Thomas, South ings
  • Coulson Henry, Darn combe
  • Hagar Neasfield, Snainton heights
  • Hardwick Thomas
  • Hyde Francis and Dawson, Cock Moor hall
  • Lownsbrough John
  • Morris Robert, Arch house
  • Nessfield Rd. (and landowner), Snainton hall
  • Shepard John
  • Spence John, Snainton heights
  • Summersgill Harker; Manor house
  • Webster Jonathan, Snainton ings
  • Webster Wm., Snainton ings

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