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


  • Postal Address, Seamer, York.


  • Post Office at Henry Harrison's. Money Order Office, East Ayton. Telegraph Office, Scarborough. Letters arrive at 7-20 a.m., and are despatched at 6-35 p.m.

School Board

  • meets at the school first Wednesday in every month;
  • John Taylor, chairman;
  • George Jackson, vice-chairman;
  • Jonathan Hardy,
  • John Hart, and
  • Alex. Fraser;
  • F. H. Reed, clerk

Miscellany of trades

  • Agar George, estate joiner
  • Allen Miss Mary, private school
  • Best Robert, Vicarage farm
  • Brown Wm., limeburner and farmer, Seamer Lime works
  • Chapman George, market gardener
  • Fraser Alex., vict. and farmer, Londesborough Hotel
  • Garbutt T. H. trustees of, agricultural engineers and boiler smiths and agents; Watson Garbutt, manager
  • Greenlay Herbert, joiner, &c.
  • Greenwood John, bootmaker
  • Hart John, bootmaker
  • Potter Ford, schoolmaster (Board)
  • Rhodes Harrison, bootmaker, &c.
  • Robison John Alex., station master
  • Seamer, Cayton, and East Ayton Floral and Horticultural Show; Rev. F. G. Stapleton, president; George Agar, hon. secretary
  • Shaw Chs., tailor and woollen draper; ladies jackets, ulsters, &c., made to order
  • Slater Thomas, grocer
  • Stapleton Rev. Fredk. George, B.A., vicar
  • Stephenson Henry, grocer
  • Taylor William, market gardener
  • Thompson Wm. Monkman, grocer, &c.
  • Walker Thos., vict. and farmer, White Horse
  • Wilson Henry, joiner
  • Yorkshire Penny Bank, Board school; Monday evenings, 7 to 8 p.m.; Chs. Shaw, actuary
  • Young John, blacksmith


  • Ashwell Harper, Roe brow
  • Barker John
  • Cooper Joseph
  • Dunn Thomas Harland, Cross gate
  • Eldin Jane, East field
  • Goodwill Mrs., Raincliff
  • Goodwill William, Roe brow
  • Hardy John
  • Holtby Amos., Harford farm
  • Holtby James Moore
  • Jackson George, East gate
  • Jackson George, senr., Moorhouse
  • Jackson Henry, High Deep dale
  • Mackwood Thomas Keith, Herdsbro'
  • Rockinson Margaret
  • Taylor Chs., Low East field
  • Taylor George
  • Taylor Isaiah, Seamer carr
  • Taylor John, East gate
  • Thompson John, Bridge farm
  • Wood William
  • Woodall Jane


  • Postal Address, East Ayton, York.


  • Post, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank, at Skelton Estill's. Telegraph Office, Scarborough or Station. Letters arrive from Seamer at 8-30 a.m., and are despatched at 5-35 p.m.

School Board

  • Y. G. Lloyd-Greame, Esq., J.P., chairman;
  • C. G. Daniel, vice-chairman;
  • John Hardy,
  • W. Hardy,
  • William Mayman;
  • H. E. Donner, Esq., clerk

Allison Mary, lodgings

  • Campbell William Cant, saddler
  • Clark William, vict., White Swan
  • Cooper Alfred, dairyman
  • Coulson Mrs. Emily
  • Daniel George, market gardener
  • Forge Valley Cattle Market; Herbert Scholes, auctioneer
  • Glaves Philip, joiner and wheelwright
  • Hardy Witty, blacksmith
  • Lloyd-Greame Yarburgh George, Esq., J.P.
  • Long Ann, grocer
  • Marshall John, vict. and miller, Denison Arms
  • Mayman William, boot and shoe maker
  • Monkman Mary Ann, lodgings
  • Newton William, veterinary surgeon
  • Pallister George, mason, Main street
  • Sedman James, blacksmith
  • Sharpe Betsy, lodgings, Ivy cottage
  • Tindall Henry, butcher
  • Wardle William, lodgings
  • Welford Jane, lodgings
  • Wilson Mary Jane, lodgings
  • Wilson William, mason, Castle gate
  • Wrightson Frederick, schoolmaster (Board)


  • Brown George
  • Cockerill Edward, Raincliff
  • Gibson Francis, Derwent dale
  • Glaves Edward, Castlegate
  • Glaves John
  • Halder Isaac, Osborne lodge
  • Hardy Jonathan (and valuer), Betton farm
  • Hudson Robert
  • Jackson Christopher
  • Jackson Thomas, exors. of
  • Megginson Thomas, Thorn park
  • Pearson George
  • Taylor Henry, Harford dale
  • Tindall Alfred (and miller), Low mill
  • White Thomas


  • Post Office, Seamer. Wall Box collection at 6 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Berryman George
  • Cooper John, butcher
  • Eaton John Henry, land agent
  • Fowler Edwin, joiner and wheelwright
  • Hart Thomas, carrier to Scarborough, Thursdays and Saturdays
  • Johnson Abraham, farmer, Dale farm
  • Johnson William, grocer and farmer
  • Pickard Lawson, engineer, Waterworks
  • Wilkinson, Mrs. Ann
  • Young George, blacksmith
  • Young Mrs. Mary

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