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


  • Post Office at Edward Barker's; Money Order Office and Savings Bank, East Ayton; and Telegraph Office, Scarborough. Delivery of Letters, week day, 8-50 a.m., Sunday, 8-20 a.m., and July, August, September, and October, at 10-20 a.m. Despatch, week day, 5-5 p.m., Sunday, 11-40 a.m. Postal Address, Hutton Buscel, Seamer, York.

Miscellany of trades

  • Dowsland Francis
  • Endowed Church of England School, Charles William Lotherington
  • Garbutt John, collector of income and land tax
  • Halder Sarah, vict., Downe Arms
  • Henderson John, M.B., C.M., resident assistant surgeon
  • Hick Peter, stonemason
  • Hogg Robert, blacksmith
  • Jobson Mrs. Elizabeth Ann
  • Kirkby Hedley, grocer
  • Lapish Miss Lucy
  • Little Rev. Thomas Gurney, M.A., vicar
  • Lotherington Charles William, registrar of births and deaths, Monday and Wednesday, 4 to 5, and assistant overseer
  • Ogle Henry Wilkinson, grocer and bootmaker
  • Pawson Joseph, sailor
  • Plaxton Mrs. Maria Ann, The Mount
  • Ramsay William Henry, surgeon
  • Reading Room; Hon. Sec., Robert Plaxton
  • Tindall Henry Chester, bootmaker


  • Bowes Geo. (and timber merchant)
  • Bowes Robert
  • Brisby George
  • Cooper Harold
  • Danby Level, Swan hill
  • Danby Richard
  • Gibson William Pexton
  • Hogg William
  • Marflett Thomas Barker, Chamber Park
  • Pearson Henry


  • Post Office, &c., East Ayton. Postal Address, Seamer, York. Box collection, 5-30 p.m., Sunday, 1-30 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Bell Miss Hannah
  • Britain John, miller, corn factor, & farmer, Derwent Flour mills
  • Burton Thomas, mason and builder
  • Candler Mrs. Jane, Low hall
  • Greenheld Mrs. Anne
  • Hebden Mrs. E., Red house
  • Jefferson Francis, joiner
  • Mainprize George, mason
  • Marshall Miss Alice, dressmaker & milliner
  • Mayman Thomas Welburn, tailor
  • Moore George, blacksmith
  • Penrose John, vict., Star Inn
  • Raine Hannah, grocer
  • Raine John Cooper, grocer and mason
  • Robinson Miss Ellen, mistress of infant school
  • Scholes Herbert, auctioneer, valuer, house, estate, and insurance agent, &c.
  • Slater Mary, lodgings
  • Wilkinson Feaster, joiner, &c.
  • Wilkinson James, butcher and farmer


  • Darrell James Smith
  • Darrell Thomas, Spiker hill
  • Hopper George, Yedmandale
  • Prince Glaves, High Yedmandale
  • Sedman John


  • Carrier, Martin Taylor, to Scarborough, Monday, Thursday, and Saturday.
  • Railway Station (Pickering & Seamer Branch); Thomas Laycock, station and goods agent

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