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

Private Residents:

  • Mrs Major
  • Mr William Major
  • Mrs Paulina Wharham
  • Rev John Wilkinson

Commercial:

  • Francis and William Agars iron & brass founders, machine & agricultural implement manufacturers & wheelwrights and joiners
  • James Appleby farmer
  • John Appleby shopkeeper
  • Mark Appleby farmer
  • Thomas Artley parish clerk
  • William Barker wheelwright and joiner
  • William Bayes boot and shoemaker
  • John Botteriell carrier
  • Jeffery Bouch farmer
  • James Brown saddle and harness maker
  • Jordan Coleman farmer Manor House
  • John Duggleby farmer Grange
  • Miss Jane Gardiner dressmaker
  • William Gibson blacksmith
  • Jonathan Goforth boot and shoe maker
  • Richard Gray farmer
  • Joel Hakner carrier
  • Henry Harper farmer
  • Francis Harrison master of British school
  • George Jackson hairdresser, shopkeeper and shoemaker
  • Mrs Miriam Jackson day school
  • John Lownsbrough farmer
  • John Thomas Major miller
  • Miss Mary Major milliner and dressmaker
  • Robert Major farmer
  • John Mallory bricklayer
  • Charles Potter tailor
  • William Prince carrier
  • Stephen Pudsy tailor and draper
  • William Joseph Richardson farmer
  • Mrs Mary Robinson Star Inn
  • Miss Ann Sawdon dressmaker
  • Joseph Shaw farmer Hill Cottage
  • Thomas Smith grocer, linendraper and druggist
  • William Smith shopkeeper
  • John Temple butcher and cattle dealer
  • Robert Towse Buck Inn and blacksmith
  • John Wardell yeoman
  • Joseph Watson tailor and draper
  • John Welburn farmer
  • Misses Miriam and Hannah Wilson dressmakers

Post office:

  • Jonathan Goforth sub postmaster.
  • Letters arrive from Malton at 4pm and are despatched at 8am.
  • The nearest money order office is at Bridlington

Carriers:

  • Bridlington John Botteriell Wednesday and Saturday, Joel Hakner Wednesday and Saturday, and William Prince Saturday
  • Driffield John Botteriell and Joel Halner Thursday
  • Scarborough William Prince Thursday

Transcribed by Shelly Stephenson. ©2006