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


  • Letters via Richmond, Yorkshire. The Wall Box in the village is cleared, week days, at 4-5 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Harrison Anthony, Esq., Sandford house
  • Marr Charles, Esq., St. Trinians
  • Palmer Rev. Joseph Blades, B.A., Oxford, The Vicarage
  • Robinson C. L. Pemberton, Esq., Easby abbey
  • Tomlin Mrs., Easby cottage


  • Hall John (of Richmond), Love Lane farm
  • Horseman E. (and corn mrcht.), Broken brea
  • King Rt. H. (and land agent), High Wath cote
  • Kirby William, Low Wath cote
  • Park Thomas (and miller), Easby mill
  • Robinson J. (and corn merchant), Union house
  • Simpson Robert, St. Trinians


  • Letters via Richmond, Yorkshire.

Miscellany of trades

  • Champion Bridger, huntsman to the Earl of Zetland, The kennels
  • Cooke R., coachman to the Earl of Zetland
  • Harrison Thomas, first whip, The kennels
  • Hoyes Albert, house steward, Aske
  • Letts Edward Harris, head gardener to the Earl of Zetland, Aske gardens
  • Newcomen Charles Montgomerie, Esq., land agent to the Earl of Zetland, Olliver
  • North Miss E., schoolmistress, Aske school
  • Ricketts Rev. Richard Ernest, chaplain to the Earl of Zetland, Moldron
  • Thirkell John, head gamekeeper to the Earl of Zetland, The temple
  • Thomson Mrs., housekeeper, Aske
  • Trowsdale John, stud groom, Moldron
  • Turnbull William, farm bailiff, Olliver
  • Yarey George, stud groom, Hunting stables
  • Zetland His Excellency The Right Hon. the Earl of, Aske


  • Allan Leonard, Aske moor
  • Hird John, Bend Hagg and Low Coalsgarth
  • Metcalfe John, Ginger-field
  • Walton Henry William, Coalsgarth


  • Post Office at H. Terry's. Letters arrive via Richmond, Yorkshire, week days at 8-22 a.m., and are despatched at 5-10 p.m. No Sunday business. Letters for Catterick Bridge, including the Station and the Nurseries, arrive via Catterick.

Miscellany of trades

  • Brown Mr. Sheraton, Beehive cottage
  • Brown Mr. Thomas
  • Buckle Christopher A., Esq., St. Edmund's
  • Carter John, joiner and wheelwright & vict., Phenix Inn
  • Dodds Francis William, manager
  • Ellerton Mr. Robert
  • Fryer James (John Fryer & Son)
  • Fryer John & Son, brewers and maltsters & victs., Crown brewery
  • Harrison John, vict., Farmers' Arms, Catterick Bridge
  • Hart William Melling, assistant overseer
  • Hornby Robert, schoolmaster
  • Hunter Thomas, vict., Railway Hotel
  • Kell John, pig dealer
  • Lincoln John, cattle dealer, Holly villa
  • Mack H. & Son, rose growers and nurserymen, The North of England nurseries, Catterick
  • Mack H., jun. (R. Mack & Son); h Hebdon cotg.
  • Mack Robert, senr. (R. Mack & Son); hClipstone house
  • Metcalfe Mrs. Mary
  • Moore George, station master (N. E. Ry.), Catterick Bridge station
  • Pattison Mrs. Annie
  • Pratt George, shoemaker
  • Rennison Mr. Robert
  • Simpson Mr. Joseph
  • Snowdon Thomas, joiner and wheelwright
  • Terry Francis, corn miller, Brompton mill
  • Terry H., grocer and post office
  • Terry Mr. James


  • Beaumont Alfred, Hollow banks
  • Corner Thomas, Park house
  • Dixon James, Bishoprigg farm
  • Holgate Charles, Rose hill
  • Hugill Thomas (yeo.), Primula grange
  • Kendrew Benjamin, Bridge farm
  • Lamb George, Fountain head
  • Layfield Robert
  • Peacock William Henry, High Gatherley
  • Pearson David, The Grange farm
  • Robinson John, Maids' farm
  • Russell Peter, Brough Moor farm
  • Simpson Joseph, junior, Follies farm
  • Singleton Matthew, Robin hood
  • Trotter William, Black Bull farm


  • Post Office at Mr. John Bagley's. Letters arrive via Richmond, week days at 9-15 a.m., and are despatched at 3-15 p.m. No Sunday business.

Miscellany of trades

  • Alderson Miss, dressmaker
  • Bagley John, shoemaker and postmaster
  • Brown Thomas & Son, masons and builders
  • Collin J., steam thrashing machine proprietor
  • Cooper Mrs. Margaret, shopkeeper
  • Darwin William, corn miller, Skeeby mill
  • Farey Rbt., blacksmith to the Earl of Zetland
  • Gates Robert, blacksmith and flour dealer
  • Hammond Robert Thomas, land agent to Geo. Gilpin-Brown, Esq., and to the Rev. J. C. Wharton, Gilling; and agent to the Sun, Fire, and Life office
  • Hardy George, boot maker
  • Ireland Mrs. Lucy Ann
  • Lythe Robert, shoemaker
  • Ramsden W. R., schoolmaster and asst. oversr.
  • Young Thomas Henry, cabinet maker
  • Young William, vict., and joiner to the Earl of Zetland, Travellers' Rest


  • Allinson Joseph, Skeeby hall
  • Ireland George, Half e hill
  • Jones John, Abbey Close farm

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