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


WELTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Post, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank, Welton; Mrs. M. A. P. Appleton, postmistress. Letters via Brough (York.), arrive at 6.45 a.m., and are despatched at 7-0 p.m.

PETTY SESSIONS

  • Petty Sessions for South Hunsley Beacon Division are held every alternate Monday, in the Court Room, Welton.

    The following are the Magistrates - William Henry Harrison-Broadley, Esq., Welton; J. E. Wade, Brantinghamthorpe; James Reckitt, Esq., Swanland; Charles Percy Sykes, Esq., West Ella; Arthur Egginton, Esq., South Ella.

Miscellany of trades

  • Friendly Society - Ancient Order of Forresters; Charles Lawton, secretary.
  • Appleton Mrs. Mary Ann Parkinson, Pavilion Refreshment house, Post office
  • Ayre Mr. Crawford
  • Baker Rev. Charles, curate, Pool bank
  • Bayram Thomas, machinist
  • Beamish Mr. Henry
  • Bean James, market gardener and carrier to Hull (Tues., Thur., & Sat.), Pool Bank hs
  • Boardman Enoch, schoolmaster (& agent Yorks. Insurance Co.)
  • Bousfield John, blacksmith (and overseer)
  • Brown Miss Annie, dressmaker
  • Dorsey Christopher, draper
  • England Mr. Charles, Spring hill
  • Gardham David, carrier to Hull (Friday)
  • Giddy Vincent, pork butcher
  • Greenwood Miss A., schoolmistress
  • Groom Herbert William, tailor, &c.
  • Harrison-Broadley William Henry, Esq., J.P., D.L., Welton house
  • Harsley Wm., beerseller, and carrier to Hull (Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday)
  • Harvey Daniel, superintendent of Police
  • Heesom Thomas, dalekeeper, Welton Dale cot
  • Herring Mrs. Rebecca, fancy goods dealer
  • Hessey Henry, tailor, &c.
  • Hill Arthur Gibson (merchant, Hull)
  • Hirschfeld Sigismund, mercht., Welton garth
  • Jackson Mr. Frank (solr. Hull), Welton cot
  • Jackson Mrs. Mary, Welton cottage
  • Jackson Thomas, M.R.C.S. & L.S.A. (M.O. to Ferriby District of Sculcoates Union)
  • Johnson Edward, saddler
  • Joy Mr. Douglas, Welton hill
  • Kellington William, shopkeeper
  • Lancaster Jesse, grocer
  • Marshall Isaac, head gamekeeper
  • Myers George Henry, grocer, draper, &c.
  • Neal Thomas, shopkeeper
  • Nelson Richard, blacksmith, &c.
  • Ollevant Mrs. Margaret, Crake villa
  • Paget Rev. Thomas Bradley (canon of York), Welton vicarage
  • Parkinson Mrs.
  • Penrose Henry, grocer and bricklayer
  • Scarborough Mrs. Ann, cowkeeper & cab proptr
  • Shaw Jonathan, veterinary surgeon
  • Sonley George Wm., farmer and vict., Green Dragon (and posting house)
  • Tatam Charles V., shoemaker
  • Thompson Matthew, shopkeeper
  • Thompson William, wheelwright, &c.
  • Wiles George, flour dealer
  • Wilkinson Mr. Sydney Walter, Welton grange
  • Woodcock Mrs. Sarah, beerseller, Bee Hive

Farmers.

  • Bartram John (and butcher)
  • Clayton John William (and miller)
  • Dunn George Dawson, Low farm
  • Dunn Robert (trustees of late), Welton wold
  • Giddy Stancer, Elloughton hill
  • Robinson Wm. (farm bailiff), Timber yard
  • Sonley George William, Model farm

MELTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office at Robert Gray's. Letters via Brough arrive at 7-5 a.m., and are despatched at 6-45 p.m., Sundays at 2-25 p.m. Nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office, and Railway Station, North Ferriby (one-and-a-quarter miles).

Miscellany of trades

  • Day Mrs. Jane
  • Dowe John, shopkeeper
  • Gray Robt., joiner, &c., and sub-postmaster
  • Hearfield Thomas, solicitor, Melton house
  • Pease Arthur Burton, Esq., Melton hill
  • Wilson Edward S., solicitor (E. S. Wilson & Son, Hull), Melton grange

Farmers.

  • Blythe Henry
  • Hales Joseph, Laurel farm
  • Morley Mrs. Rosina


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