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


  • Post Office at George Johnson's. Letters, via Easingwold, arrive at 6-10 a.m., and are despatched at 6-50 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Belt William Rymer, grocer and bricklayer
  • Bilton Ralph, cartowner
  • Bilton Thomas, boot and shoe maker
  • Clark John Albert, joiner and cartwright
  • Clark Matthew, joiner and cartwright
  • Crayke Reading and Recreation Room; Joseph Lyles, secretary
  • Dobson William, pig dealer
  • Ellis Christopher, grocer and pig dealer
  • Elmer Mr. William
  • Farmery Thomas, boot and shoe maker
  • Gibson Joseph, tailor and draper
  • Grainger Thomas, blacksmith
  • Hogg Charles, joiner and builder
  • Hogg John, joiner and cartwright
  • Johnson Andrew, carrier to York (Saturdays)
  • Johnson Geo., tailor, postmaster, & parish clerk
  • Kilvington Robert, carrier to York (Saturdays)
  • Knowles Mrs. Annie Esther
  • Lief Mrs. Thomasina
  • Lyles Joseph, schoolmaster
  • Matthews Mr. Mason Oswald, Crayke hall
  • Newton John, Esq., C.C. for Stillington division, Crayke house
  • Nottingham Hugh John, vict., Durham Ox
  • Roe John Henry, grocer, provision merchant, and assistant overseer
  • Smith John, thrashing machine proprietor
  • Smith William, draper and grocer
  • Stanbrough Rev. Morris E., M.A., The Rectory
  • Tose Mr. Francis, Holly Bush hall
  • Waite Capt. Wm., Crayke Castle


  • Ashton & Smith, Water hall
  • Beedham George, Crayke lodge
  • Brown Benjamin, Park house
  • Clark William, Home farm
  • Daniel Mark, Lawn house
  • Dennis William, Mosswood grange
  • Dobson Robert (and butter dealer)
  • Dobson Thomas, Myra bank
  • Ellis Richard & Sons, Mosswood
  • Ellis Richard, Mount pleasant
  • Ellis Thomas Smith, Mosswood
  • Farrer John William, Mosswood
  • Farrer John, Wood house
  • Gilleard John, Ivy cottage
  • Gilleard William
  • Hobson Wm. (and miller), Crayke mill
  • Hodgson I'Anson, Rose cottage
  • Hodgson James (yeo.)
  • Hodgson John Thomas, Littlewoods
  • Hudson Robert, Holly Bush farm
  • Huxtable John, Bumper castle
  • Jackson Miss Ann, Nicholson house
  • Jackson Thomas, Myra house
  • Johnson Samuel
  • Johnson William, Mill green
  • Jones John Smith, Halfway house
  • Kilvington Henry, Zion hill
  • Knowles George (and butcher and cattle dealer)
  • Lascelles Benjamin
  • Maynard James, Old House farm
  • Myers Edward, Woodhouse farm
  • Pearson Thomas, Stocking hall
  • Stokell Robert (and butter, egg, and poultry dealer), Swallow nest, Oniston road
  • Turner Christopher, Wyndham hall
  • Ward Thomas, Providence cottage
  • Wright John, Rookery house

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