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


  • Letters via Boroughbridge.

Miscellany of trades

  • Calvert George, shopkeeper
  • Green Ben & John, importers of Fountain Grove Californian wines, and merchants
  • Kemp Thomas, blacksmith
  • Kirby Hill Reading Room and Library; Rev. Canon Sale, president
  • Kirk Francis, vict., Blue Bell, and farmer
  • Sale Rev. Canon Charles Hanson, vicat
  • Skipsey James, shoemaker
  • Wentworth Thomas Beeston, schoolmaster


  • Fawell Isaac
  • Greaves Joseph (and carter), Providence lodge
  • Green Ben
  • Parker William (yeo.)
  • Pickering William Kemp, Rooker hill


  • Stock sales are held at Grantham Arms every alternate Tuesday; G. Freeman, Thirsk, auctioneer.

Miscellany of trades

  • Chapman Edward Fred., gardener, Ellenthorpe
  • Eden Henry, looks keeper, Milby
  • Elliott Robert, station master, Boroughbridge station, Milby
  • Hawking John, Esq., Ellenthorpe hall
  • Lister Wm. Alf., vict., Grantham Arms, Milby


  • Brand Henry (and horse dealer), Milby
  • Kettlewell William, Milby
  • Knowles William, Milby
  • Samson Leonard, Humburton grange
  • Smith Jacob, Humburton


  • Letters via Boroughbridge. Wall Box cleared at 5-40 pm.

Miscellany of trades

  • Bowman Richard, cashier, Anchor brewery, Mill cottage
  • Curtis Archibald, travelling draper
  • Dineley Mrs. Emma
  • Edwards James, blacksmith
  • Elmhirst Rev. William Heaton, B.A., curate, Kirby hill
  • Green Joseph Wm., brick and tile maker and farmer, Sion hill
  • Kay William, beerhouse, Ship Inn
  • Manley Thomas Daniel, brewer's foreman
  • Mawson Mrs. Annie
  • Parker Miss Elizabeth, The Hermitage
  • Ramsden Miss Zillah, Prospect house
  • Sampson Mr. William, Langthorpe villa
  • Shaw Miss Emma, beerhouse, Railway Tavern
  • Shaw Seth, nail maker
  • Stevenson Wm., tailor and vict., Anchor Inn
  • Waddington J., builder, joiner, and wheelwright
  • Waite Clark, foreman, Timber yard
  • Walton Wm. Porter, Steam Saw mills
  • Warwick & Co., brewers and maltsters
  • Warwick Miss (Warwick & Co.); h Langthorpe
  • Warwick Brothers, coal merchants
  • Warwick Edward (Warwick Bros.), and butcher, High street, Boroughbridge
  • Warwick Henry (Warwick & Co.); h West Hetton lodge, Coxhoe
  • Watson Welbury, vict., Fox and Hounds Inn
  • Whitworth Mrs. (Warwick & Co.); h Heckmondwike
  • Whytell Mrs. Eliza, vict., Old Red Lion
  • Wray Mr. William, Langthorpe house


  • Chester William
  • Scott William (and land agent), Broom close
  • Woodward John, Langthorpe grange
  • Yeates Thomas (yeo.)

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