Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades
for BEMPTON in Bulmer's Directory of 1892.
- Postal address, Bempton, R.S.O., Yorkshire.
Post, Money Order, and Savings Bank, Annuity and Insurance Office, Bempton, R.S.O. Mails
arrive at 7-8 am. from York and T.P.O., and are despatched at 5-0 p.m. to Hull. William
Johnson, postmaster. The nearest Telegraph Office is at Flamborough.
- Appleby Riby, bootmaker
- Cowton John, cowkeeper
- Crosby John, butcher
- Edmond Mrs. Mary, grocer
- Gardiner Rt. Wilson, thrashing machine owner
- Gardiner Samuel, joiner
- Gowforth Thomas, tailor and draper
- Hodgson Robert, blacksmith
- Maynard Mrs. Margaret, grocer
- McGrath Rev. Nicholas, vicar
- Moore Mr. Thomas
- Morley John Hudson, blacksmith
- Towse George, bootmaker
- Waterfall Alfred, schoolmaster
- Wilkinson Thomas, station master
- Collingwood John
- Cowton Joseph
- Crowe George, Hunto farm
- Fussey William, Bempton house
- Hall Mrs. Jane
- Leeson Aaron
- Pudsey Barnett, and vict. White Horse Inn
- Shipley Alfred, Mill farm
- Shipley George
- Stephenson Thomas
- Waind Bethell, Bempton hall
- Walmsley Arthur John (and miller)
- Watson William, Manor house
- Webster Mrs. Christiana
- Wright Thomas
- Matthew Lamplough Mason, to Bridlington on Saturdays
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