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


  • Post Office at George Willey's, Sessay. Letters via Thirsk arrive at 8-30 a.m. and are despatched at 3-30 p.m. Post Office at Pilmoor Junction Station (for part of Brafferton only, all Cundall, Thornton Bridge, and Norton-le-Clay). Letters via Pilmoor, York, arrive at 6-35 a.m. Box cleared at 7-45 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Atkinson William, butcher
  • Barker Thomas, agent, Wood house
  • Clayton John, grocer and shoemaker
  • Dale Thomas, cowkeeper
  • Dupuis Rev. George Richard, rector, The Hall
  • Palliser John, farmer and vict., Downe Arms
  • Parnaby J. P., station master, Pilmoor junction
  • Pearson James, woodman
  • Potts Michael, station master, Sessay station
  • Prest William, joiner and wheelwright
  • Richardson John, schoolmaster, The Firs
  • Till James, smith and implement maker
  • Willey Geo., grocer and postmaster, Post office


  • Clayton Henry, Ox close
  • Cross John, Woodside
  • Dale Francis, Manor farm
  • Eden John
  • Fothergill Joseph, Brier hill
  • Hewitt North, Owl nest
  • Knowlson George, Fullan's farm
  • Lyon George, Cop hall
  • Marshall Thomas, Park farm
  • Pallister Joseph, Rooper hill
  • Parker John, Sessay park
  • Parkin William, Cold harbour
  • Sigsworth Mrs., Throstle nest
  • Smithson John, Church farm
  • Thorpe Thomas, New mills
  • Welburn Millington, Bruce house


  • Letters via Thirsk.

Miscellany of trades

  • Allanson George, assistant overseer
  • Kay Fred., pig dlr, and vict, Horse Breakers' Arms
  • Newbold Richard, tailor, Little Hutton


  • Askwith George
  • Baines Jph. (and brick and tile manufacturer), Sessay Tile works
  • Barker Thomas, Crow Trees house
  • Bell - ., Sessay park
  • Marshall Joseph (and seedsman)
  • Milner Jonah, Highfield
  • Munfield Leonard
  • Parker John Hutton, Sessay house and Manor House farm
  • Prust Joseph (yeo.), Rose cottage
  • Walker Eliot

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