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


  • Post, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank, Terrington. Mrs. Nash, postmistress. Letters via York arrive at 7-30 a.m., and are depatched at 5-25 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Agar Robert, shoemaker
  • Arminson John, gentleman, The Hollies
  • Arnell Francis, tailor
  • Beilby Thomas, tailor
  • Blenkarn Joseph, steam thrashing machine, &c., proprietor and farmer
  • Burnett John, mason
  • Bustard William, police constable
  • Church of England School; Hudson M. Shackleton, master; Miss Hannah Frances Goodwill, Infant mistress
  • Coatesworth John, temperance hotel
  • Goodrick Mrs. Elizabeth, grocer
  • Goodrick George, joiner, &c.
  • Goodrick Mr. William
  • Goodwill George, shoemaker
  • Goodwill Richard, tailor
  • Goodwill Robert, butcher and grocer
  • Goodwill William, joiner and carpenter
  • Greenwood J. Broadley, Esq., Wiganthorpe hall
  • Hawkins James, vict., Bay Horse
  • Henderson Mr. John
  • Holiday John, carrier to York
  • Kinnear Thomas John, Esq., J.P. & C.C. for Sheriff Hutton division, Terrington hall
  • Lacy John, tailor
  • Marton Mrs. Ann
  • Mortimer Mr. John
  • Nash Mrs. Hannah, grocer, &c., Post office
  • Rhodes John, grocer, and carrier to York
  • Stewart John, shoemaker
  • Taylor William, joiner, &c.
  • Terrington Reading Room, established 1882; John Wright, secretary
  • Vester William, blacksmith
  • Wawne Edward, joiner, &c., Saw Mill cottage, Wiganthorpe
  • Wimbush Rev. Samuel, M.A., Rectory
  • Worsley Mrs., Cliff hall
  • Worsley William, Esq., The Lodge
  • Wright John, gentleman


  • Arnell John
  • Bickers Robert, & Robert, & George, Mowthorpe
  • Bilton James, Mowthorpe
  • Blenkarn William
  • Chapman Thos. (farm bailiff), Rectory farm
  • Ellerby Mrs. Jane
  • Goodwill Robert, Thorn cottage
  • Goodwill Thomas, Park farm, Wiganthorpe
  • Harrison Richard, Rose cottage, Wiganthorpe
  • Kitching William, Lower Mowthorpe
  • Lockey John and Richard, Hill top
  • Marton John (yeoman)
  • Marton William, Cautrill lodge
  • Moore Robert (and butcher), Manor house
  • Swann John and James, Prospect house
  • Swann John, Primrose hill
  • Swann Mrs. Tabitha, Prospect house
  • Swann William, Village
  • Wood John (and carrier to York, Sat.), Flat top


  • Letters via Terrington, York. Wall box cleared at 5-40 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Frazer Henry J., Esq., Ganthorpe house
  • Freer John B., farmer
  • Freer Thomas, farmer
  • Pickering Richard, Mowthorpe dale

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