Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades"
for BISHOP BURTON in Post Office Directory of 1857.
- Mr John Atkinson
- Mr James Baker
- Rev Catterall (Baptist)
- Mr Edward Nelson
- Rev Charles Robinson MA (vicar)
- Miss Frances Ross
- Mrs Sarah Sedgwick
- Captain Francis Wait Low Hall
- William Anderson toll collector
- Mrs Chatterton farmer Cold Harbour
- Thomas Duck carpenter,wheelwright and parish clerk
- George Dunn farmer
- Henry Wauldby Duggleby farmer Ling's House
- John dunning farmer
- Richard Elmond farmer The Grange
- William Ellerker shoemaker
- William Fenwick carrier
- Robert and Jonathan Fisher farmers Rake's Farm
- John Gray tailor
- James and Richard Harrison farmers
- Robert Hayton cowkeeper
- William Horsfield tailor William Horsley farmer
- Thomas Jackson farmer Killingwold Graves
- John Johnson farmer
- William Kirby butcher
- Thomas Lonsdale carpenter and wheelwright
- Samuel Merritt blacksmith
- William Ouston farmer North End farm
- William Senior Horse and Jockey Inn
- Marmaduke Simpson farmer
- Robert Stainsby farmer
- John Thompson farmer Mount Pleasant
- Miss Elizabeth Tomlinson schoolmistress
- Richard Tomlinson school master
- Thomas Walker carrier
- Jackson Warley shopkeeper and post-master
- William Watson cornmiller Windmill
- James Wilson carpenter and agricultural implement maker
- Jackson Warley sub post-master.
- Letters are received through Beverley by foot-post arrive at quarter to
11am, despatched 20 mins past 2pm.
- Beverley is the nearest money order office.
- Thomas walker to Beverley on Saturdays and Hull Fridays
- William Fenwick to Beverley on Saturdays and Hull on Tuesdays.
Transcribed by Shelly Stephenson. ©2006
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