Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades for BAINTON in Bulmer's Directory of 1892.
- Postal address, Bainton, via Driffield.
Mails arrive at 9 am., and are despatched at 8-45 p.m. Nearest Money Order Office, North Dalton, and nearest Telegraph Office, Driffield; R. Hudson, receiver.
Miscellany of trades
- Atkinson Joseph, station master
- Baker Mrs. Eliz., agricultural machine owner
- Baker Richard, agricultural machine owner
- Binnington Thomas, joiner
- Danby Frederick, M.R.C.V.S. (L. & D.)
- Hensby Francis, shoemaker
- Hotham William, market gardener
- Hudson Edward Robert, tailor and draper
- Hudson, Thos., tailor and tax collector, Ivy cot
- Jordison Mr. Christopher, The Cottage
- Kemp John, shoemaker
- Stanbridge Rev. John William, B.D.
- Stephenson Charles, cattle dealer
- Taylor Martin, blacksmith
- Welburn Richard, joiner
- Chatterton John Clark, Bainton balk
- Hotham Henry Simpson, Glebe farm
- Londesbrough Richd. (Trustees of), Glebe farm
- Topham Beilby, Manor house
- Topham John Hudson, Bainton heights
- Topham Thomas Beilby, Field house
- Wilson Richard (also miller and temperance hotel proprietor)
- Hatfield George, to Driffield, on Thursdays
- Pattison Robert, to Driffield on Monday and Thursday, and Beverley, on Saturday
- Postal address, Neswick, Bainton, Driffield.
Nearest Money Order Office, North Dalton, and nearest Telegraph Office, Driffield.
- Angas Geo. Douglas & Hy. Stuart, Beacon farm
- Grundon James, Neswick farm
Scan, OCR and html by Colin Hinson. Checking and correction by Peter Nelson.