Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades
for WHITWELL ON THE HILL in Bulmer's Directory of 1890.
- Post Office; Henry Amos Wood, receiver. Letters via York arrive at 6-15 a.m.,
and are despatched at 6-45 p.m. The nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office, &c., is
at Kirkham Abbey Station (one mile distant); John Thomas Crosby, postmaster and station master.
Miscellany of trades
- Chew George, hind
- Crosby John Thos., station master, Kirkham station
- Danby Parker, joiner and builder
- Egerton Mrs. Charlotte, Whitwell hall
- Hodgson Nathan, cattle dealer
- Huke Charles, schoolmaster
- Lechmere Sir Edmund Anthony Harley, Bart., Manor house; and Rydd court, Worcester
- Pitman Rev. Arthur Lane, M.A., Vicarage
- Wood Henry Amos, blacksmith, Post office
- Barker William, Park house
- Duffitt John
- Duffitt Mrs. Ruth and George Wm., Bellmire
- Ramsden George Hood, The Grange
- Wade John, Springwood
- Wilson James, Cliff house
- Wood Charles, Pasture house
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