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Help and advice for Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for BAINTON in Post Office Directory of 1857.

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

Private Residences:

  • Rev. George Thomas Clare MA Rector
  • Mr. Timothy Wheatley

Commercial:

  • William Angus farmer Beacon Farm
  • Richard Baker agricultural steam machine owner
  • Henry Binnington carpenter
  • Thomas Binnington sexton and carpenter
  • John Cooper smith and veterinary surgeon
  • Joseph Filey bricklayer
  • George Hall New Inn and farmer
  • John Hill miller
  • Thomas Hotham farmer Glebe Farm
  • Richard Lonsbrough farmer Glebe Farm
  • Edward Pattison grocer and carrier
  • Haldenby Sharp farmer
  • George Thomas Simpson master of school
  • Miss Paulina Ann Simpson infant school mistress
  • William Storr shoemaker
  • Beilby Topham farmer
  • John Topham farmer Bainton Heights
  • William Topham farmer Burrows
  • Jabez Wallis carpenter and wheelwright
  • John Wallis tailor
  • Mrs Mary Wallis shopkeeper
  • Rodgers Watson Plough
  • John Wright parish clerk

Post:

  • Letters received through Driffield at 20 minutes to 11am despatched at half past 2pm

Transcribed by Shelly Stephenson. ©2006