Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades
for CATWICK in Bulmer's Directory of 1892.
- The nearest Telegraph and Money Order Office is at Leven.
Letters arrive via Skirlaugh, Hull, week-days only, about 8 a.m. Letter
Box cleared at 4-25 p.m.
Miscellany of trades
- Brumpton John, farm foreman
- Carr Samuel, foreman brickmaker
- Catterick David (Catterick & Northgraves), steam thrashing machine owners
- Collinson Thomas, hind
- Cook Mr. John
- Cook Mrs. Mary
- Cook Mr. Thomas
- Helm Chas., grocer, and carrier to Hull (Tues.) and Beverley (Saturday)
- Hodgson William, tailor and draper
- Johnson Morritt, farm foreman
- Nicholson Mr. William
- Northgraves John (C. & N.); h Leven
- Pickering George, blacksmith and farrier
- Smailes William, market gardener
- Smith Rev. Arthur Hippisley, The Rectory
- Sowery Miss Clara, schoolmistress
- Watson William, shopkeeper
- Wilkinson Joseph, market gardener
- Wilson John, shoemaker
- Bateson Gilder, Catwick grange
- Bateson Harry Taylor; h Hornsea
- Bowser Thomas & Son (Coulson) (and millers), Catwick mill
- Cook Thomas, junr.
- Dawson Isaac, Old hall
- Frankish David, Cobble hall
- Hunt George
- Milner Charles, Glebe farm
- Park Wm. Robert, (yeo.), Catwick house
- Proctor William
- Robson Henry, Catwick field
- Whiting Thomas, Manor house
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