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


  • Post, Money Order, Telegraph Office, and Savings Bank: R. H. Webster, postmaster. Letters arrive via Patrington and Hull at 10-10 a.m., and are despatched at 3-30 p.m. (week days only). The Telegraph Department is open on Sundays from 8 to 10 a.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Barnes Rev. Chas. Marston, curate-in-charge, Ivy house
  • Baume Joseph Henry, vict. and livery stables, Marquis of Granby
  • Bird John, marine store dealer
  • Bramwell John M., surgeon (at Goole)
  • Bride George Lee, bricklayer
  • Bride John Dunn, shoemaker
  • Bulson Wm., agt. to the Shipwrecked Mariners' Aid Society
  • Carrick John Hy., wheelwright and joiner
  • Charlton Mrs. Ann, shopkeeper
  • Cockerill John, tailor
  • Courtney Geo., wheelwright & joiner (and yeo.)
  • Cuthbert George, wheelwright and joiner
  • Cuthbert John Mason, cornmiller
  • Douglas Robert, cowkeeper
  • Falconer Mr. John
  • Giles John, shoemaker
  • Hewitson Hy. B., surgeon, Mount pleasant
  • Johnson Mr. Wm., High street
  • Lawton Mr. Philip
  • Lawton Philip, bird stuffer
  • Medforth Chas., shoemkr. & beerseller, Sun Inn
  • Medforth Mr. George
  • Medforth William, wheelwright
  • National School, John Wm. Parkinson, master
  • Petch Mrs. Martha, blacksmith
  • Pinder James, carrier
  • Quinton Mrs. Hannah, vict., White Horse
  • Quinton John, grocer and draper
  • Scarlett Joseph William, grocer and draper
  • Sims Samuel, vict., Neptune Inn
  • Tiddy Mr. Michael
  • Webster Christopher, bricklayer, and carrier to Hull, Tuesday
  • Webster Robert Henry, grocer, draper, and postmaster
  • Wilkinson George, tailor


  • Biglin John, Glebe farm and Lockham farms; h Winsetts house
  • Branton John, Easington and Dimlington
  • Bride Henry (and coal dealer)
  • Clubley Benjamin (yeo.)
  • Clubley Francis, Branton farm
  • Clubley George Henry (yeo.), South end
  • Clubley Robt. Hunton (yeo.), Firtholme house and South end
  • Hodgson Wm. (and carrier to Hull on Tuesday)
  • Newsam Charles, Low farm and South end
  • Stamford William (and cattle dealer),Northfield house



  • Cautley Wm. Clapham (yeo.); h Killinghall, Ripley
  • Hodgson Bride; h Holmpton
  • Johnson Henry, Model farm
  • Newsam Matthew William, Southfield house
  • Peacock Samuel

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