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

SCHOOL BOARD.

  • Rev. John Clarke, M.A., chairman and hon. clerk; Mr. Jeffrey Bouch, vice-chairman; Mr. Nathaniel Coleman, C.C.; Mr. William Kirby Coleman; Mr. Richard Boddy. Attendance Officer - Thomas Headley. Board meetings at the School on the first Tuesday in each month.

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ANCIENT SHEPHERDS.

  • Meetings monthly at Star Inn; Thos. Langdale, sec.

Post:

  • Post Office and Postal Order Issuing Office; Charles Potter, sub-postmaster. Letters via Hunmanby, R.S.O., arrive at 9 a.m., and are despatched at 8-45 p.m.

    Nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office, Hunmanby, three miles distant.

Miscellany of trades

  • Atkinson George, gentleman's servant
  • Bayes George, cowkeeper, Rose cottage
  • Boddy Mrs. Mary, earthenware dealer
  • Boddy Richard, grocer
  • Bowes Mrs. Hannah, shopkeeper
  • Brown Mrs. Jane, dressmaker
  • Brown Thomas, saddler
  • Burton Richard, grocer
  • Clark John, market gardener
  • Clarke Rev. John, M.A., The Vicarage
  • Gibson Mrs. Annie, grocer
  • Goforth Henry, bootmaker
  • Hodgson John, joiner
  • Hodgson Robert, saddler and vict., Star Inn
  • Lownsborough Mrs. Ann, dressmaker
  • Mallory Jobn, bricklayer
  • Nesfield Mrs. Betsy Ann, dressmaker
  • Parkin George, jobbing gardener
  • Potter Charles, tailor, draper, and boot dealer
  • Pudsey Stephen, tailor
  • Simpson Mrs. Ann, grocer and patent medicine dealer
  • Temple Robert, butcher
  • Thompson Francis, miller
  • Thompson William, miller and assistant overseer
  • Watts William, cowkeeper
  • Webster David. blacksmith
  • Webster Mr. George
  • White Oliver, master, Board school
  • Wilson Riby, blacksmith
  • Wilson Mr. William

Farmers.

  • Barker Charles Ward; h Brompton
  • Bouch Jeffrey (yeo.), The Hall
  • Burdass Isaiah, Refuge farm; h Thwing
  • Chatterton Joseph
  • Coleman Nathaniel, Manor house
  • Coleman Wm. Kirby (yeo.), West Field house
  • Hall Miss Mary
  • Holtby David, Maiden's grave; is Rudstone
  • Lamplough - The Grange
  • Shaw James, Hill cottage
  • Thompson Francis, Wind mill
  • Woodcock John James, Barugh's farm
  • Woodcock Percy
  • Woodcock Tom (Exors. of), South Field house

Carriers.

  • Mrs. Annie Gibson, to Bridlington, on Wednesdays and Saturdays; and Driffield, every alternate Thursday
  • Harry Webster, to Bridlington, on Wednesdays and Saturdays; and Driffield, on Thursdays
  • John Botterill, to Scarborough, on Tuesdays; Bridlington, on Wednesdays and Saturdays; and Driffield, on Thursdays
  • William Nixon, to Filey, on Tuesdays and Fridays; and Weaverthorpe, on Wednesdays

FORDON CHAPELRY.

  • Postal address, Fordon, Ganton, Yorks.

    Hunmanby, R.S.O., is the nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office - four miles distant.

Farmers.

  • Ashton Edward, Low Fordon
  • Savile Joseph, Low Fordon; h Langtoft, Grange, Lowthorpe, Hull
  • Warters Christopher, High Fordon


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