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


  • Post Office; G. W. Tomlinson, sub-postmaster. Letters, via Howden, arrive at 8-10 am., and are despatched at 3-55 p.m. Wall Letter Box at Staddlethorpe Station cleared at 7-25 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Blee Thomas, vict., Hope and Anchor
  • Chappell William, carrier to Howden (Saturday), and to Goole (Wednesday)
  • Charters Alf., vict., Station Hotel, Staddletborpe
  • Drury Ceo. William, joiner and wheelwright
  • Hemingway Isaac, joiner and wheelwright
  • Lockwood Mrs. Susannah, Staddlethorpe
  • Martin William, stationmaster, Staddlethorpe junction
  • Oliver Ed. & Sons, flax mchts., Staddlethorpe
  • Oliver T. B., grocer and provision merchant, Staddlethorpe
  • Powell Robert, pier master, Blacktoft
  • Smeddle Rev. John, M.A., Vicarage
  • Smith Eliot, schoolmaster
  • Tomlinson George William, coal dealer and shopkeeper, Post office
  • Turner Mrs. Esther Elizabeth, Staddlethorpe


  • Drake Edward
  • Freeman John (yeo.), Ashtree hs., Staddlethorpe.
  • Hairsine George
  • Hall John (and blacksmith)
  • Jaques Thomas George (C.C. for Laxton). Staddlethorpe house
  • Martin William, Staddlethorpe
  • Oliver Wm. (yeoman), Staddlethorpe grange
  • Oliver Wm. Townsley, Staddlethorpe grange
  • Reynolds Robert John, Gowthorpe house
  • Riggall Francis Henry (and overseer), The Manor house, and Thornton lands (Scalby)
  • Shipley Mrs. Hannah, Clementhorpe hall
  • Smith Wm. Watson (& overseer), Blacktoft hs.
  • Taylor George (yeoman)
  • Thompson Samuel (bailiff), Staddlethorpe


  • Letters via Newport, Brough, Yorks.

Miscellany of trades

  • Cleminshaw Mrs. Margaret
  • Cook Robinson, cowkeeper
  • Crowder Samuel, carpenter, Eight and Forty
  • Hepworth Thomas, cowkeeper, Scalby lane
  • Oliver Jon., joiner,wheelwright, and cowkeeper
  • Oliver Thos. Ed., agent (Prud.), Orchard cot.
  • Raines Mr. Edward, The Poplar, Cheapsides
  • Robinson T. Clegg, schoolmaster
  • Weddall Geo. Edward, civil engineer, Thornton Manor house
  • Weddall Mr. Wm., Thornton Manor house
  • Westoby Miss Amy, dressmaker, Eight & Forty
  • Wiles Marmaduke, cowkeeper


  • Bell Fredk. Wm. (& miller & steam thrashing, &c., machine proprietor), Wallingfen mill
  • Kirk George, Newton lodge
  • Kirkpatrick Mrs. J. (owner), Scalby grange
  • Kirkpatrick William Henry, Scalby grange
  • Milner William, Higham lodge
  • Reed Samuel
  • Riggall Francis Henry, Thornton lands and Blacktoft Manor house

Scan, OCR and html by Colin Hinson. Checking and correction by Peter Nelson.