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


  • Post Office at William Morrell's, grocer, Newton village. Letters via York arrive at 8-20 a.m., and are despatched at 4-0 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Alderson Thompson, boot and shoemaker
  • Bell William, joiner
  • Burton Mr. Henry
  • Burton Mrs. Mary, White house
  • Coates John, blacksmith
  • Foster George, beerseller
  • Gordon Mrs. Mary
  • Green William, grocer
  • Greenhow Mrs. Elizabeth Harriet
  • Marshall William Moses, vict., Dawnay Arms
  • Morrell Thomas, coal dealer
  • Morrell William Sturdy, plumber and glazier
  • Morrell Wm., grocer and shoemaker, Post office
  • Morris Rev. M. C., M.A., B.C.L., Vicarage
  • National School; William Hunt, master
  • Oates Robert, tailor
  • Rooke Robert, butcher, Kyle cottage
  • Snarey Thomas, tailor
  • Spink William, grocer
  • Thompson Frederick, blacksmith
  • Walkington William, tailor
  • Whittaker Robert, brick yard manager


  • Allison Christopher, Ember hill
  • Burton Henry & Charles Sydney (and brick and tile manufacturers), Kyle house
  • Elgie Chapman, North farm
  • Gibson John, Sycamore house
  • Mills Charles D., Newton grange; and owner, Fleetbank farm
  • Rennison Tom
  • Rockliffe William, Sandfield farm
  • Scott Walter, Court House farm; and Demesne farm, Easingwold
  • Styan William


Miscellany of trades

  • Bean William, assistant overseer, The Lodge
  • Dawnay The Hon. Payan, J.P., Beningbrough hall
  • Marshall Moses (farm bailiff to the Hon. Payan Dawnay), Park house


  • Almond William
  • Atkinson Fred.
  • Homley John
  • Hutchinson Joseph


Miscellany of trades

  • Dawson Richard, grocer
  • Dickinson Wm., thrashing machine proprietor
  • Duvivier Mrs. Mary, vict., College Arms
  • Foster John, joiner and builder, &c.
  • Foster W. H., lessee of the Ouse Salmon Fishery
  • Foster William, butcher, &c.
  • Ward George, schoolmaster
  • Webster John, huckster
  • Wilkinson John lockkeeper, Linton lock
  • Wilks George, blacksmith and farmer


  • Burton Bouchier
  • Burton George H., Fallgates and Low harbour
  • Gibson James
  • Gowland Mrs. Sarah, Manor house
  • Hawking William Dawson, Hunter's lodge
  • Ingle John, Linton woods
  • Kendall Richard
  • Kirby William
  • Pratt John, Linton woods
  • Rooke Robert, Linton and Low Barn
  • Smith Thomas Henry, Linton woods

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