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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for OTTRINGHAM in Post Office Directory of 1857.

Commercial:

  • James Briglin tailor
  • William Briglin tailor
  • Wilfred Burnham farmer
  • Robert Chadwick blacksmith
  • Thomas Charlton shopkeeper and tailor
  • William Clegg Railway Hotel, White Horse and grocer
  • George Coulthard brickmaker
  • Richard Cuthbert tobacconist
  • Thomas Dent carrier
  • William George Duncan grocer
  • James Edson tailor and postmaster
  • John Eggleton farmer
  • William Ellin wheelwright
  • Misses Mary Jane, Hannah and Martha Garton farmers Carr House
  • Robert Garton farmer
  • Daniel Gibson farmer Otteringham Grange
  • Robert Gibson shoemaker
  • Joseph Graham saddler
  • Mrs Mary Graham Watt's Arms
  • Miss Mary Ann Harland dressmaker
  • Mrs Ann Harrison ladies boarding school
  • William Harrison bricklayer
  • John Blackburn Thornton Hildyard farmer Model Farm
  • Edmund Hodgson farmer
  • John Hunter cartowner
  • Edward Jackson farmer
  • William Jackson farmer
  • Miss Ann Elizabeth Johnson dayschool
  • Edward Johnson wheelwright and parish clerk
  • James Johnson wheelwright
  • Jeremiah Johnson shopkeeper
  • John Johnson shoemaker
  • Richard Leazenby schoolmaster
  • James Martin farm baliff Model Farm
  • John Pucey station master
  • Benjamin Pawson shoemaker
  • Edward Robinson blacksmith
  • Charles Suddaby tailor
  • Robert Usher bricklayer
  • Edward Wallis farmer
  • John Wallis farmer Church Lands
  • William Wallis farmer
  • John Ward butcher
  • Richard Webster farmer
  • Peter Welburn miller
  • John Wiles shoemaker and shopkeeper
  • William Willingham cowkeeper and carter
  • James Wray farmer

Post:

  • Letters through Hull.The nearest money order office is at Patrington.

Carriers:

  • Hull Thomas Dent Tuesday and Friday.

Transcribed by Shelly Stephenson. ©2006