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Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades for FRIDAYTHORPE in Bulmer's Directory of 1892.

Post:

  • Post Office; Robert Acklam, receiver. Mails arrive from Wharram, via York, at 11-30 a.m., and are despatched at 5-35 p.m. The nearest Money Order Office is Sledmere, and the nearest Telegraph Office for forwarding is Fimber Station, and for receiving, Driffield.

Miscellany of trades

  • Acklam Miss Christiana Margaret, dressmaker
  • Acklam Robert, grocer
  • Acklam William, shoemaker
  • Barton Rev. Thomas Haycroft, The Vicarage
  • Frear William, grocer and blacksmith
  • Huffington George, vict., Cross Keys
  • Pickering Miss Annie, dressmaker
  • Pickering Robert, tailor
  • Sellers Robert William, joiner
  • Shepherd Kendrick, schoolmaster
  • Welburn Joseph, grocer

Farmers.

  • Broadley Jesse, Glebe farm
  • Calam Isaac
  • Cooper William Megginson, Manor house
  • Ireland Robert, The Lodge
  • Oxtoby John Jennings
  • Sowersby Edward
  • Weddall John Robert (and miller), Mill farm
  • Wharram Elgey
  • Wharram Robert

Carriers

  • Frear William, to Driffield, on Thursday
  • Moody William, to Driffield, on Thursday


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