Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades
for HUGGATE in Bulmer's Directory of 1892.
- Post Office at Richard Sisson's. Letters, via Pocklington (except where
otherwise stated, arrive at 9-45 am., and are despatched at 3-25 p.m., by mail
cart. Nearest Money Order Office at Warter (four miles). Nearest Telegraph Office
at Pocklington (eight miles).
Miscellany of trades
- Barnes William, tailor and draper
- Burton Henry, marquee proprietor and farmer & vict., Wolds Inn
- Cooper James, blacksmith
- Foxton Robert, joiner and wheelwright
- Hope James, blacksmith
- Hulland Robert, sack contractor
- Jolley Rev. William Rowe, M.A., and deputy clerk of the Queen's Closet, The Rectory
- Rooks Lyth, shopkeeper
- Sissons Richard, grocer, postmaster, and assistant overseer
- Skelton Alfred, schoolmaster
- Snowden Mark, sexton
- Stephenson Francis, shoemaker
- Stubbs Hy., head gamekpr.for Wm. Jessop, Esq.
- Barnard John, farm bailiff for William Jessop, Esq.,
Huggate wold, Manor house, and Northfield farms
- Blyth William, Church farm
- Burton Henry, Wolds Inn
- Clarkson Abraham, Eastlands and Painslack
- Clarkson John
- Clarkson Leonard, Huggate lodge, via Wetwang
- Clarkson Wharram, Town farm
- Holtby David Edmond, Hawold, via North Dalton, Beverley
- Dawson George (and grocer), to Cross Hill, Driffield (Thursday), and
Oddfellows' Arms, Pocklington (Saturday)
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