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

Private Residents:

  • Sir Henry Boynton bart. The Hall
  • Rev Joseph Hordern MA Vicarage
  • Rev Joseph Calveley Hordern Vicarage

Commercial:

  • George Arnott farmer and shopkeeper
  • William Barrett Blue Bell and farmer
  • William Braithwaite bricklayer
  • Thomas Bryan farmer baliff Carr
  • William Carr shoemaker
  • Nixon Day tailor
  • James Dobson station master
  • Mrs Elizabeth Edmond dressmaker
  • Thomas Graham blacksmith
  • Robert Hall brickmaker
  • George Hornby farmer
  • John Jefferson farmer
  • John William Jordan farmer
  • Mark Leppington cattle dealer
  • Norwood Lawson master of National school and parish clerk
  • Miss Sarah Milner dressmaker
  • George Moody wheelwright
  • William Nawton farmer
  • Richard Nicholson butcher
  • John Noddel carrier
  • James Parkinson lime burner
  • William Richardson farmer
  • Mrs Elizabeth Stabler dressmaker
  • Reuben Stephenson carrier
  • William Thornton tailor
  • Christopher Warters farmer
  • Mrs Mary Watson dressmaker

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

Commercial:

  • Christopher Danby farmer
  • Jeremiah Julian corn factor
  • William Knaggs farmer
  • Jeremiah Medforth farmer
  • Henry Milner farmer
  • Thomas Wells farmer

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

Private Residents:

  • Lee Steere Steere Esq. The Hall

Commercial:

  • John Knaggs farmer
  • Richard Lowish farmer
  • Mosey Nessfield farmer
  • John Piercy farmer
  • Jabez Walker shoemaker
  • William Wilkinson shopkeeper

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

Post Office:

  • Norwood Lawson receiver. Letters arrive from Hull via Lowthorpe at 10am and are despatched there to at quarter to 3. Nearest money office is at Bridlington

Commercial:

  • Robert Boynton carrier
  • Anthony Cranswick farmer
  • John Crompton farmer
  • Spruce Davison wheelwright
  • William Dickinson farmer
  • Mrs Mary Normandale shopkeeper
  • William Smith farmer

Misc:

  • National School Norwood Lawson master
  • Railway Station James Dobson station master
  • Parish clerk Norwood Lawson

Carriers:

  • Bridlington- Reuben Stephenson and John Noddel from Burton Agnes and Robert Boynton from Thornholme every Wednesday and Saturday
  • Driffield- Reuben Stephenson and John Noddel from Burton Agnes and Robert Boynton from Thornholme every Thursday

Transcribed by Shelly Stephenson. ©2006