Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades
for ULROME in Bulmer's Directory of 1892.
- Postal address, Ulrome, Lowthorpe, Hull.
Letters arrive, week-days only, about 10-30 a.m. Letter Box cleared at 2-40 p.m. The nearest
Telegraph Office is at Hornsea, and Money Order Office at Beeford.
Miscellany of trades
- Bell Mr. Leonard, Allison Lane end
- Boynton William, gravel dealer
- Dalton Mrs. Hannah, schoolmistress
- Evans John, chief coastguard
- Flower John, gravel dealer and farmer
- Leaper Miss Emily
- Mann Geo., joiner, wheelwright, & blacksmith
- Pecket Thomas, cattle dealer and farmer
- Ransom Jewitt, drainage foreman
- Sowden John Wm., gardener and parish clerk
- Stephenson Marmaduke, grocer and freeholder
- Tickell Rev. Edwd. Arthur, M.A., The Vicarage
- Walker George, hind
- Watson Richard, gravel dealer
- Watson Mr. Robert
- Barugh John B., Ulrome grange
- Bell Thomas (yeo.), Allison Lane end
- Mercer George
- Sharp John William (yeo.)
- Smith Mrs. Frances, Manor house
- Smith Thomas, Eastgate house
- Stephenson Thomas, East farm
- Thompson Habbershaw
- Watson Thomas, Ulrome hall
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