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


HUMBLETON TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters arrive via Ganstead, Hull, week days only, at 9-25 a.m. Letter box cleared at 2-45 p.m. in winter, 3-45 p.m. in summer. The nearest Telegraph Office is at Hedon, and Money Order at Aldbrough.

Parish Library:

  • open Thursdays, at 4-0 p.m.

Penny Bank:

  • open alternate Thursdays

Miscellany of trades

  • Atkinson Matthew, hind
  • Butler Wm., tailor & postman; h Coniston
  • Dibnah Harold, blacksmith
  • Emmerson Reuben, hind
  • Fussey Richard, cowkeeper
  • Hanger Miss Jane Catherine, schoolmistress
  • Hewitt Miss Minnie, assistant schoolmistress
  • Johnson Robert, joiner and wheelwright
  • Nightingale Mr. Henry
  • Robinson Rev. Alfred, B.A., The Vicarage
  • Sharp Josiah, shopkeeper and sexton
  • Smith Miss Anne E., dressmaker
  • Ward Jackson, cowkeeper
  • Wright Mrs. Jane (exors. of W. W.), Manor house
  • Wright John Carrick (exors. of W. W.), Manor house
  • Wright Ryby (exors. of W. W.), Manor house

Farmers.

  • Barrett Thomas, Humbleton grange (letters c/o Mrs. Coates, Lelley mill, Preston, Hull)
  • Wood James, junr., Humbleton hall
  • Wood William Henry, Humbleton house
  • Wright Francis, Humbleton moor
  • Wright William (exors. of the late), Manor hs

DANTHORPE TOWNSHIP

  • Letters arrive via Preston, Hull, week days only, at 9-45 a.m. Telegraph and Money Order Office at Hedon.

Cook Frank, hind

  • Lowson Mrs. Mary
  • Smith Jacob, corn miller (wind and steam), Danthorpe mill

Farmer.

  • Stickney Walter Meynell (and land agent and valuer, and County Councillor for Aldbrough division, E. R.), Danthorpe hall

ELSTERNWICK TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters arrive via Preston, Hull, week days only, at 9-30 a.m., and are despatched at 10 a.m. Telegraph and Money Order Office at Hedon.

Miscellany of trades

  • Branton William Huddleston, hind
  • Crawforth Mr. George
  • Dickinson William George, Esq., J.P., Elsternwick hall; h Roos
  • Guy Alfred, cowkeeper
  • Harrison Francis, cowkeeper
  • Laverack John Thomas, hind
  • Leake Mrs. Sarah, Elsternwick house
  • Orriss William, vict., Crown and Anchor
  • Sanderson Miss Hannah Vickerman, schoolmistress
  • Vickerman Mr. John
  • Webster Athelstan, joiner (j.)
  • Woodhouse Isaac, cowkeeper
  • Woodhouse Robert, bootmaker and carrier to Hull (Tuesday) (also Friday in summer)

Farmers.

  • Atkinson Hugh, Yew Tree house
  • Caley James, Honeypots house
  • Johnson James
  • Norrison Peter (yeo.), The Elms
  • Robinson John; h Hedon
  • Stamford Edward (& yeo.), Elsternwick grange; h Burton Pidsea

FITLING TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters arrive via Burstwick, Hull, week-days only, at 11 a.m. The nearest Telegraph Office is at Hedon, and Money Order Office at Aldbrough.

Blenkin Ryby, cowkeeper

  • Elliott Miss Mary, dressmaker
  • Shepherd George, farm foreman
  • Smales John, wheelwright and joiner
  • Spight Joseph, cowkeeper
  • Thompson John, shopkeeper
  • Tong Miss Martha S., dressmaker
  • Tong Suddaby, bootmaker and letter carrier
  • Turner George, waggoner

Farmers.

  • Baker William
  • Bellerby Matthew
  • Clapison Bilton, The Grange
  • Clapison Thomas, Moat house
  • Dunn John, Longborough Lane house
  • Dunn Thomas, Canham farm
  • Humble John, North Field house
  • Jackson William
  • Wilson Mrs. Ellen, Fitling hall
  • Wright James (and beer retailer, and carrier to Hull Tues. and Fri.), The Golden Ball
  • Wright John

FLINTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters arrive via Ganstead, Hull, week-days only, at 9 a.m., and are despatched at 3-15 p.m. in winter; 4-15 p.m. in summer. The nearest Telegraph Office is at Hedon, and Money Order Office at Aldbrough.

Miscellany of trades

  • Branton Frederick, hind
  • Crawforth Mr. Robert
  • Johnson Henry, blacksmith; h Sproatley
  • Thurlow Matthew, bootmaker and cowkeeper

Farmers.

  • Caley Mrs. Henry, Pasture house
  • Caley Robert Crawforth
  • Crawforth Benjamin (yeo.), Flinton grange
  • Knapton Edward
  • Walls William Robt. (the trustees of the late)
  • Wilson John
  • Wright William (yeo.) (the exors. of the late) h Humbleton


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