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


  • Post, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank, Sheriff Hutton; John Richardson, postmaster. Letters via York arrive at 7-45 a.m., and are despatched at 6-15 p.m. in summer, and 5-30 p.m. in winter.

Miscellany of trades

  • Armitage Hutchinson, grocer, draper, and general dealer
  • Backhouse Mr. John
  • Backhouse Rd., farmer and vict., Pack Horse
  • Belt Mrs. Hannah, Castle view
  • Calvert John, carrier to York
  • Coates John, Esq., Sheriff Hutton park
  • Cooper William, joiner and wheelwright
  • Corveson William, joiner and wheelwright
  • Denham William, groom and gardener, The Vicarage
  • Dixon Benjamin, machinist
  • Douglas Mr. George, Blenheim cottage
  • Driffield Mrs. Hannah, West end
  • Everett Arthur B., brewer and maltster
  • Farnaby Caleb, castrator
  • Hill Henry, blacksmith, &c.
  • Hodgson Alfred Walker, veterinary surgeon
  • Hopperton William, churn maker
  • Hubie Mrs. Edith M.
  • Hudson John, mole catcher and gardener
  • Johnson John, shoemaker
  • Kirkby Headley, grocer and provision dealer; and at Hutton Buscel
  • Lascelles Rev. John
  • Lascelles Joseph, barn and bacon factor
  • Metcalfe Henry, shoemaker, and agent to Prudential Assurance Co.
  • Metcalfe John, blacksmith, &c.
  • Metcalfe Mrs. Mary
  • Mitchell Joseph, saddler and harness maker, and parish clerk and sexton
  • National School; Smith Jowett, master; Mrs. L. G. Jowett, C.M., sewing mistress; Miss Elizabeth Ashworth, infants' mistress
  • Pearson Alfred, joiner and wheelwright
  • Pearson William, joiner and wheelwright
  • Purdy E. & S., drapers and grocers
  • Richardson Mr. John, The Cottage
  • Richardson John, tailor, draper, and newsagent, Post office
  • Sheriff Hutton, District Agricultural Club; Smith Jowett, secretary
  • Smith John, plumber and painter
  • Spence William, carrier to York (Saturdays)
  • Stabler Thomas, carter, &c.
  • Stapleton Rt., police constable, Police station
  • Suggitt, Jonathan, tile and brick manufacturer
  • Sykes John Edwin, gardener, The Lodge
  • Wales John, vict., Castle Inn
  • Ward Emanuel, butcher
  • Ward Thomas, grocer and draper
  • Webster John, saddle and harness maker
  • Wesleyan School; Allison E. Goodhand, master


  • Armitage David (yeo.), Park farm
  • Armitage Wilfred & George, Park farm
  • Barker William, Golden flatts, Cornbrough
  • Belt James Alfred, Mill house
  • Binnington John & Robert Pickering, Lodge
  • Brown Hy. (& land agent & valuer), High roans
  • Byass John, Mount pleasant
  • Cayton Richard (and tailor), Oak villa
  • Cayton Robert, Dump hill
  • Christie Alexander, Moor farm
  • Cordukes Jph. & Son (Wm.), Chess Vat house
  • Dalton Henry
  • Dobson Mrs. Ann, Westfield house
  • Farrer George, Cornbrough
  • Gledhill John, Cornbrough
  • Goodwill James, Valley house, North Ings
  • Goodwill Richard, Brook house, North Ings
  • Green William, Mill Hill farm, Cornbrough
  • Harrison William
  • Hebron Thomas (yeo.), The Oak farm
  • Hodgson George, Lund
  • Hutchinson John & William
  • Jewitt Edwd., Bridge farm, and Lillings Ambo
  • Lockey Thomas, Foss house, Cornbrough
  • Mark Edward, Glebe farm
  • Otterburn Richard, Cornbrough hall
  • Oxendale William, Cornbrough villa
  • Pearson George, Brecken house
  • Pearson John (and steam thrashing machine proprietor, &c.)
  • Ridsdale Richard, Cape farm
  • Rounthwaite Robert (yeo.), Golden flatts
  • Saville John (and butcher and overseer)
  • Saville Thomas (yeo. - and cattle dealer)
  • Smithson John
  • Sturdy & Ward, High Roans house
  • Suggitt Joseph, Castle farm, and High roans
  • Thompson Richard, Dudley hills
  • Wilberforce William W. (owner), Cornbrough
  • Willis James, Cornbrough grange


  • Letters via York arrive at 7-30 a.m., and are despatched at 5-55 p.m. The nearest Money Order Office is at Sheriff Hutton.

Miscellany of trades

  • Belt Frederick, bricklayer and farmer
  • Belt Thomas, builder
  • Clifton George, farrier
  • Coward William, tailor and draper
  • Creaser Mrs. Elizabeth, Woodbine cottage
  • Hick Mr. Thomas
  • Hick William, postman
  • Holtby Robert, Esq., Lilling hall, East Lilling
  • Peckitt David, grocer
  • Pettinger Thomas John, rate collector
  • Purdy Mr. John, South view


  • Butler Noah
  • Carlton John (owner), East Lilling
  • Cook Jabez
  • Coverdale Thomas (yeo.)
  • Humphrey William, Lilling and Grange farms
  • Jewitt Edward, East Lilling
  • Jones Thomas (yeo.)
  • Lawson John Thomas, East Lilling grange
  • Wood William Abel (owner), Green farm


  • Letters via Thornton-le-Clay, York, delivered by messenger.


  • Brown Miss, Mill House farm
  • Crofton James Anthony, Carr house
  • Hornsey Andrew, Wheat Close farm
  • Hornsey Henry, Exors. of, West Mill house
  • Knowles Thomas (and resident manager for the Duke of Sutherland)
  • Knowles William, Wood End house
  • Rickinson William, Gower farm
  • Tranmer William Henry, The Hall farm

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