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


  • Post, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank at Robert Gibson's. Letters via Hull arrive, week days, 7-40 am. (delivery commences at 8-0); Sundays, 9-15 am. (delivered to callers only); and are despatched, week days 6-0 p.m., and Sundays at 5-0 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Abbs George, bricklayer
  • Ablet John, carter
  • Atkinson Jas., cowkeeper, near Station
  • Atkinson Richard, cowkeeeper
  • Batty Mr. John
  • Blenkin William, vict. and assistant overseer, White Horse
  • Briglin James, tailor and cowkeeper
  • Chadwick Robert, blacksmith
  • Clarkson James, cowkeeper and pig butcher
  • Douglas Geo. (Woodmancy & Douglas),thrashing machine proprietor
  • Drewery William, market gardener
  • Duell Isaac, butcher
  • Eastwood - , shopkeeper
  • Edson Mr. James, Ash Tree house
  • Ellin William, wheelwright
  • Fenton William, station master, Ottringham, Hull and Withernsea branch, N.E.R.)
  • Fletcher Joseph, grocer and draper
  • Freer Thomas, carrier to Hull (Tues. and Fri.)
  • Frost James West, grocer and draper
  • Frost Robert, joiner and builder, and inspector of nuisances for Patrington Rural Sanitary Authority
  • Gibson George, shoemaker
  • Gibson Miss Mary, dressmaker
  • Harrison Watson, cattle doctor
  • Haynes William, schoolmaster
  • Holliday John, vict., Railway Hotel
  • Jackson John, letter carrier
  • Johnson Edward, wheelwright and joiner
  • Johnson Moses, wheelwright, joiner, and parish clerk
  • Johnson William, corn merchant
  • Kirkwood Stephen John, butcher
  • Langdale William, saddler; h Keyingham
  • Marshall Albert, vict., and auctioneer and valuer, Watt's Arms
  • Marshall Mrs. Rose, Elm Tree house
  • National School; William Haynes, master; Isabel Suddaby, assistant
  • Ness Mrs. Maria
  • Pawson Mr. Benjamin
  • Pawson Geo. Herbert, boot and shoe maker
  • Robinson Edward, blacksmith & steam thrashing machine proprietor
  • Suddaby Mrs. Ann, lodgings
  • Ward Mrs. Jane, shopkeeper
  • Whinship Richard, carrier to Hull (Tuesday and Friday)
  • White Joseph, cowkeeper
  • Woodmancy & Douglas, steam thrashing machine proprietors
  • Woodmancy Robert Barrett (Woodmancy & Douglas), thrashing machine proprietor and cowkeeper; h near Station
  • Wright William John & Son (James Edward), tailors and woollen drapers


  • Cockerill Charles
  • Durham Emanuel, Carr house
  • Eggleston John
  • Garton John
  • Gibson James (and yeo.), The Poplars
  • Gibson Jonathan Wm., Ottringham grange
  • Gibson William (and yeo.), Ottringham marsh
  • Haggitt Rt., Webster's and North End farms
  • Hodgson Thomas, Whin hill
  • Wallis Edward, Northern house
  • Wallis John Thomas, Church lands
  • Wallis William (and yeo.), Far marsh

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