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Burton Fleming Directory of Trades and Professions for 1905

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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for BURTON FLEMING in The Scarborough Gazette Directory of 1905.

General information:
  • Postal Address---Hunmanby, RSO.
  • Nearest Railway Station---Hunmanby (3 miles, Hull and Scarborough Line, NER.)
  • Parliamentary Division, Buckrose.
  • Parish Council---Rev. G.E. Park (chairman), W.W. Bouch, Percy Woodcock, J. Crosby, M. Botterill, Riby Wilson, R. Boddy, J.Wildon, R. Staveley and Oliver White (clerk).
  • St. Cuthbert's Church, Rev. G.E. Park, MA., Vicar.
  • Wesleyan Chapel (Filey Circuit).
  • Primitive Methodist Chapel (Bridlington Circuit).
  • Council School---chairman, J. Wildon, R. Bufton, W.W. Bouch, Riby Wilson, M. Botterill; hon. Clerk, Wm. Bouch. Headmaster, Oliver White.
  • Post Office---Postmaster,W.H Dalton. 7 a.m.to8 p.m. weekdays.
  • Delivery weekdays 9 a.m., dispatch 4,15 p.m. No Sundays. Postal Orders only.
  • Nearest Telegraph Office---Hunmanby (3 miles).
Miscellany of trades
  • Agar, Frank, joiner.
  • Bannister, Thos. A., tailor and draper.
  • Baker, Fred, farm labourer.
  • Barker, Chas. W., farmer.
  • Barmby, John, farm labourer.
  • Bayes, George, gardener.
  • Beswich, Chas., tailor.
  • Boddy, Mrs., provision dealer.
  • Boddy, Richard, grocer.
  • Botterill, Chas., labourer.
  • Botterill, Matthew, carrier.
  • Bradley,---
  • Brown, Mrs. Jane
  • Burdass, Isaiah, farmer, Refuge Farm.
  • Burt, George, butcher's labourer.
  • Burton, Richard, grocer.
  • Bouch, G., farmer.
  • Chew, John, labourer.
  • Clark, J.D., Esq.
  • Clark, John, market gardener.
  • Claxton, Thomas, farm labourer.
  • Claxton, Mrs.
  • Chatterton, Joseph, farmer.
  • Coleman, Kirby, farmer, Westfield House.
  • Coleman, W.A., farmer.
  • Coote, Mrs.
  • Crosby, John, labourer.
  • Dalton, W.H., grocer, boot and shoe maker, and postmaster.
  • Dobson, John, shepherd.
  • Downs, George, saddler.
  • Duckworth, Frank, farm labourer.
  • Easby, J., farmer.
  • Featherstone, S., farmer, Maiden's Grove cottages.
  • Fenby, Mrs.
  • Ford, J., Maiden's Grove cottages.
  • Fordon, Mrs.
  • Foster, Robert, farm labourer, Maiden's Grove cottages.
  • Goforth, Henry, shoemaker.
  • Gowthorpe, Mrs.
  • Greenley, John, labourer.
  • Hall, Miss, farmer.
  • Harper, James, market gardener.
  • Hartley, Enos, labourer.
  • Hartley, Mark, labourer.
  • Hodgson, John, joiner ans wheelwright.
  • Ireland, Mrs., dressmaker.
  • Jameson, R., labourer.
  • Johnson, J., labourer.
  • Johnson, Robert, farm foreman.
  • Kneeshaw, T., labourer.
  • Large Wm., farm foreman.
  • Mallory, Mrs.
  • Milner, Mrs.
  • Moorfoot, John, labourer.
  • Moorfoot, Thomas, coal dealer.
  • Nickold,---, stonemason.
  • Nesfield, John, shepherd.
  • Newlove, Joseph, farm labourer.
  • Newlove, William, farm labourer.
  • Park, Rev. George E., MA., The Vicarage.
  • Pashby, Mrs Jane.
  • Pickering, ---, farmer, North Burton Grange.
  • Piercey, Jas., farm labourer.
  • Potter, Albert J., draper.
  • Rawlinson, Edward, Star Inn.
  • Redhead, William, machinist, Wind Mill.
  • Rudd, P., shepherd.
  • Shaw, James, farmer.
  • Simpson, Mrs.
  • Staveley, Frank, farmer, Rudstone Road.
  • Staveley, Wm., farm labourer, Maiden's Grove Cottages.
  • Storey, George, hind.
  • Temple, Robert, butcher.
  • Townsend, J., beastman.
  • Tweedale, Geo., farm labourer.
  • Watson, Mrs. Faith.
  • Watts, William, farmer.
  • Webster, Mrs.
  • Webster, David, blacksmith.
  • Webster, Henry, carrier.
  • White, John, labourer.
  • White, Matthew, labourer.
  • White, Oliver, schoolmaster and assistant overseer.
  • Wildon, James, farmer, South Field.
  • Wilson, Edmond.
  • Wilson, Riby, blacksmith.
  • Woodcock, Piercy, farmer.
  • Woodmansey, Hardy, shepherd.
  • Worth, John, labourer.
  • Wright, John, labourer.
  • Wymer, Edward, shepherd.

Transcribed by Pam Smith.