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


  • Letters through York via Kirkham. Box cleared at 5 p.m. Welburn is the nearest Money Order Office, and Malton the nearest Telegraph Office.

Miscellany of trades

  • Addison George, road surveyor and registrar of births and deaths
  • King David, vict., New Slip Inn
  • Lockwood Henry, blacksmith and grocer (and at Welburn)
  • Preston The Misses, Prospect cottage
  • Preston Mr. William Anderson
  • Robson John, carrier to Malton, Saturdays
  • Smith William, grocer
  • Spenceley John, shoemaker
  • Tate John, butcher and farmer


  • Baldwin Joseph, Brandreth farm
  • Bradshaw George, West End villa
  • Foster George
  • Jeffrey George
  • Mook Richard, Bulmer cottage
  • Peacock Elizabeth
  • Peacock William, Park house
  • Saltmer George, Hagg farm
  • Smith Jabez and David, Bulmer grange
  • Swann John, The Rectory


Miscellany of trades

  • Carlisle The Right Hon. the Earl of (George Jas. Howard), Castle Howard and Naworth Castle, Cumberland
  • Graham Thos. B., accountant, Castle Howard
  • Parnaby Robert, farmer, Low Gatenby
  • Taunt Mrs. Mary, matron, Convalescent Home


  • Post, Money Order, Insurance and Annuity Office, and Savings Bank; William Thompson, postmaster. Letters, via York, arrive at 7 a.m., and are despatched at 6-15 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Beilby John, tailor
  • Blades George, painter and decorator
  • Cox William John, schoolmaster
  • Crowther Alfred, butcher
  • Delderfield Fredk, Wm., fellmonger (and at Scarborough)
  • Fieldsend Benj., station master, Castle Howard station
  • Fish Rev. Richard Geo., superintendent Castle Howard Reformatory
  • Gabb Rev. James, B.A., rector of Bulmer
  • Green James and Son, tailors
  • Hodgson Francis Faucet, gardener
  • Hodgson James, shoemaker
  • Mudd Hannah, vict., Crown and Cushion Inn, Good accommodation for visitors to Castle Howard
  • Prest Hannah, lodgings
  • Rodwell Edwd. and Fras., provision dealers
  • Rowntree John, tailor
  • Smith Parker Arthur, M.D.
  • Stones Mary, grocer and carrier
  • Studley Rd., carrier to Malton, Wednesdays and Saturdays
  • Thompson Wm., shopkeeper and postmaster
  • Trapps Joseph, provision dealer
  • Vause John, coal merchant, Crambeck
  • Waller Rd. Walker, temperance hotel


  • Harrison Robert, Spring close
  • Heckley George, Hardy flatts
  • Heckley William, Mount Pleasant
  • Prest William
  • Saltmer John
  • Tindell William

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