Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades
for EVERINGHAM in Bulmer's Directory of 1892.
Miscellany of trades
- Barnes Mr. Robert
- Bayston Robert Ramson, parish clerk
- Blackburn William, bricklayer and builder
- Brown Richard, forester, Everingham park
- Cooke James, joiner, &c.
- Everilda's (St.) Roman Catholic School, under the care of the Sisters of Charity of St. Paul
- Goodall Henry, butler, Everingham park
- Harrison Robert, farm foreman
- Herries Lord (Marmaduke Constable Maxwell), Everingham park; Kinharbie, Dumfries,
N.B.; and 1 Gloucester place, Portman sq, London
- Hill Sidney, stud groom
- Ibbotson Robert, blacksmith
- Johnson Mr. Barnby
- Le Maistre Rev. James, LL.D., The Rectory
- Link Wm., head gardener, Everingham park
- McNaughton Rev. William John (Catholic), chaplain to Lord Herries, The Priory
- Norwood Robert, shoemaker
- Pippet Benedict, steward for Lord Herries
- Scaife Thomas, carpenter, Everingham park
- Sumner John, head keeper, Everingham park
- Whitty Miss Ann, shopkeeper and postmistress
- Appleton Alfred Edward
- Baylis William, Clark's Common farm
- Drake Robert, Ship Inn house
- Foster David, Balker farm
- Kendall James, Braithwaite farm
- Lorrimar David Hardy, Field house
- Miller John, South Field farm
- Moore Shallam, Glebe farm
- Nicholson Richard (and carrier to Pocklington, Saturday, and Market Weighton, Wednesday)
- Smith Edward, Rookery farm
- Thomas Joseph. Blamire farm
- Wilkinson Joseph, The Common: See at the end of the gazetter page.
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