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

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EASTRINGTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office, Eastrington; Robert T. Nurse, sub-postmaster. Letters via Brough (Yorks.) arrive 6-30 am., and are despatched at 7-0 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Atkinson Thomas Albert stationmaster, Eastrington station, (N.E.R)
  • Bamforth Fred., stationmaster, Eastrington station, (H&B Ry.)
  • Barff Mr. John, Amethyst house
  • Barrow William, parish clerk
  • Barrow Wm. & Son, grocers, tailors, & drapers
  • Clark Robert, joiner, &c.
  • Driffill Joseph Hatfield, blacksmith and vict., Cross Keys
  • Dudley John, schoolmaster and choirmaster
  • Dunbar Rev. George S., The Vicarage
  • Dyson John, wool buyer
  • Fenton Thomas, machinist
  • Hill Bentley, tailor, Bennett's lodge
  • Holmes Mr. Thomas William
  • Jackson Henry, vict., Black Swan
  • Jipson George, grocer and farmer
  • Lilley George, butcher and cattle dealer
  • Mays John George, blacksmith
  • Nurse Miss Margaret
  • Nurse Robert Thomas, joiner, &c., Post office
  • Slater George, brick and tile manufacturer
  • Swale John, grocer, tea and flour dealer, &c.
  • Ward Kelita, gardener and beer retailer
  • Wood Mr. John
  • Yorkshire Penny Bank, held at Board school, Monday evenings; J. Dudley, actuary

Farmers.

  • Gardham William, Newland farm
  • Gibson William (bailiff), Saltmarshe grange
  • Gilbert Robert, Sandholme New farm
  • Holey William, Skelton grange
  • Johnson William, Millfield
  • Lancaster Edwin (& overseer), Newland house
  • Poulter Thomas
  • Precious Joseph William, Eastrington lodge
  • Scruton John, Newfield farm
  • Scutt John, Elm Tree farm
  • Shaw Henry (yeoman)
  • Smith George
  • Thirlwell William, Nova Scotia
  • Thorpe Hy. Bell, Saltmarshe grange; h Goole
  • Whiteley Miss Jane (owner) ; h Hanging Heaton, near Dewsbury
  • Williamson Robert

BELLASIZE TOWNSHIP,

  • Letters via Eastrington, Brough (Yorks.). Cook Robert, joiner, Bennetland Margrave John, Bennetland Hobinson Thos. Robt., foreman, Greenoak hall wokes Johnson, cowkeeper, Bennetland

Farmers.

  • Brabbs George, Bennetland
  • Brigham Benjamin, Bennetland
  • Eccles Thomas, Greenoak
  • Hairsine Amaziah, Warwick house. Letters via Howden
  • Howson William (yeo.), and overseer, Newland grove
  • Oliver George Henry, Bellasize
  • Oliver Thos. Blossom (owner), Greenoak hall; h North hall
  • Patchett John, Bellasize grange
  • Walker Frederick, Greenoak
  • Wilson James Gildon, Primrose farm

GILBERDIKE TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office, Gilberdike (Bishopsoil), George Henry Cockin, sub-postmaster. Letters via Brough (Yorks.), arrive about 7 a.m., and are despatched at 6-45 p.m. Letters for residents at Hive, Ousethorpe, and Sandholme, via

Miscellany of trades
Howden. Marked g are at Gilberdike, the rest where specified.

  • gAtkinson Mrs. Jane
  • gBotterill John, shoemaker
  • Branton Thomas, Sandholme
  • gBristow John, grocer
  • gDodsworth Geo. Hy., builder, Ward's Hotel
  • Eland Mrs. Mary, Hive
  • gGelder Thos., assist, overseer (for Bishopsoil); h Gilberdike
  • Hairsine Mrs. Elizabeth, Sandholme
  • gHealas John, butcher
  • gJackson Wm., wheelwright (and waywarden and overseer)
  • gJewitt Joseph, cowkeeper
  • Jipson Marshall, coal merchant
  • gKirk Martin, horse dealer
  • Moore Jno. Thos., shoemaker, Sandholme
  • Overend Mrs. Ann, shopkeeper, Sandholme
  • Precious Mr. William, Sandholme
  • Reed George, cowkeeper Sandholme
  • Sherburn Mrs. Hannah, Sandholme
  • Sherwood Robert, tailor and draper, Hive
  • gSimpson George, junr., vict., Rose and Crown
  • gTaylor Richard, shopkeeper and beerseller
  • gThompson William, blacksmith
  • Thompson William, vict., Gate, Hive
  • gTomlinson Mr. Robert
  • gWade Mr. George, Rose cottage
  • Walker Thomas, vict., Cross Keys
  • Walsham John, Sandholme
  • gWeddall Mr. Robert
  • Westoby Mrs. Frances, Hive

Farmers.

  • Boldon Tyreman, Hive
  • Hall Mrs. Annie (owner), Hive
  • gHoufe James
  • Jewitt Isaac, Ousethorpe
  • gJipson Marshall
  • Lawton Mrs. Fanny (owner), Hive
  • Patrick Joseph, Hive
  • gRennison Marmaduke
  • Scruton John, Sandholme
  • Shaw Thomas (yeo.), Ousethorpe, Manor farm
  • Simpson Charles, Hive
  • gSimpson George
  • Stephens Thomas, Sandholme
  • Terry William, Sandholme
  • Wainman John William, Sandholme
  • Walker George, Hive
  • Walker Henry (yeo.), Hive
  • Westoby Isaac, Hive
  • Wilson James, Hive

PORTINGTON-CUM-CAVIL TOWNSHIP.

  • Brearley Thos. Percival, Esq., Portington grange Frost John Vigar & George, market gardeners

Farmers.

  • Bell Arthur, Manor house, Portington
  • Bell Henry Wade, Cavil hall
  • Hairsine John, Burland house
  • Smith Robert (bailiff), Portington Grange farm

WALLINGFEN TOWNSHIP.

  • Post, Money Order, Telegraph Office, and Savings Bank, Newport: Mrs. Dorcas Brown, postmistress. Letters, via Newport, Brough, arrive at 7-0 am., and are despatched at 5-40 p.m. on week-days, and 5-30 p.m. on Sundays.

Miscellany of trades
Marked 1 reside at Newport, 2 at New Village, 3 at New Gilberdike, and the rest where specified.

  • Brabbs Zerah, mkt. gardener, The Three elms
  • 1Bristow Mrs. Maria, vict., King's Arms
  • 1Brown Mrs. Dorcas, grcr. & drpr., Post office
  • 2Button James, shopkeeper
  • 1Chambers Thomas, general dealer
  • 1Craven William, captain of keel
  • 2Crosby Henry, shoemaker
  • 3Darling Philip, farmer and miller
  • 1Featherstone Geo., steam thrashing machine proprietor
  • 1Ferguson Daniel Wm., M.D., medical officer for Howden Union, and public vaccinator and registrar of births and deaths for Wallingfen District, Canal side
  • 1Garnett Mrs. Sarah, shopkeeper
  • 2Garsides Joseph, vict., Jolly Sailor
  • Gillman Geo., stationmaster, Newport station
  • 3Gray Jonah, auctioneer and vict., Crown and Anchor Inn
  • 1Gray Mrs. Mary
  • 1Haigh Featherstone, tailor
  • 1Handley Thomas Mounsor, grocer, &c.
  • 3Harland Miss Mercy Ann, shopkeeper
  • 1Hebblewhite Mr. William
  • 3Hunter William Thomas, joiner, &c.
  • 1Hutchinson John, coal dealer
  • 3Jaques Henry Lea, engineer
  • Johnson George, Thimble Hall cottage
  • 1Kirk Mrs. Hannah
  • 2Kirk William, butcher
  • 2Kitching Jph. Hutchinson, vict., Turk's Head
  • 3Lamb William, joiner, &c.
  • 3Levitt Richard Wilson, joiner, &c.
  • 2Mays John, blacksmith
  • 1McLaren Miss Sarah, grocer and draper
  • 2Mounsor Arthur, coal merchant
  • 1Mounsor George, captain of keel
  • Nappey Alfred, Sandholme landing
  • 2Newport-Wallingfen (U. D.) Board School, New Village; Hy. Megson, F.C.C.M., head master; Miss Alice Dennis (infants), assist.
  • 3Palmer Robert, saddler and harness maker
  • Pickhaver Richard, shoemaker
  • 1Quinn Thomas, bricklayer, Canal side
  • Rose Rev. Wm., curate-in-charge of Scalby, The Grange
  • 3Rose Wm., land surveyor and agent to North British & Mercantile Insurance Cos.
  • 1Ryder Edwd., flower-pot, &c., manufacturer, Canal side
  • 1Ryder John, brick and tile mnfr., Canal side
  • 2Scott Charles, garden-pot maker
  • Scott David, veterinary surgeon
  • 2Scott Henry Robert, grocer and draper
  • 1Scott Mr. Thomas
  • 1Shaw Edward, brick and tile manufacturer
  • 1Shaw Joseph, Ocean terrace
  • 1Shepherdson Chris., bricklayer and grocer
  • 3Simpson John, draper and grocer
  • 3Slater Wm., horse dealer, and wholesale and retail hay and straw dealer, Batley house
  • 2Snell Matthew, grocer and draper
  • 1Thompson Thomas, blacksmith
  • 2Thornton James, refreshment rooms
  • 1Turner Robert Robinson, draper, Newport; and grocer and shoemaker, New Village
  • 3Underwood Thos., brick & tile manufacturer; h Cleveland cottage
  • 2Underwood Tom S., grocer and draper
  • 1Whitehead Henry, brick & tile manufacturer
  • 1Willerby Mr. Edward
  • Williamson Mr. James
  • 3Woodall George, vict., Travellers' Rest
  • 2Yorkshire Penny Bank, Board School, Monday, 7 to 5 p.m.; Henry Megson, actuary

Farmers.

  • Aucroft Thomas, Wallingfen grange
  • Barker William, Skelton grange
  • Buttle Robert Haldenby (yeo.)
  • Clarke Miss Ann Elizabeth, Carr Hill farm
  • Coultons Michael, Club hill
  • Dudding Mrs. Mary (owner), Laurel cottage
  • Haldenby John (yeo.), Sandholme lodge
  • 3Hopkinson John
  • Johnson Thomas, Thimble hall
  • 1Johnson William, Canal side
  • Lamb George Henry
  • 2Nutt William
  • 3Pinder Richard, Grange Ash farm
  • Precious John (yeo.), Mill lane
  • 1Scruton Thomas (yeo.), Newport house
  • 2Shaw Henry, New Village house, and New Village Grange farms
  • Shaw Thomas, New road
  • 2Simpson Samuel
  • Underwood Tom George, Thorpe grange
  • Williamson Bentley (yeo.), Mill lane
  • Williamson John, Greenwood house
  • Williamson Robert (yeo.), Carr lane
  • Williamson Tom and Fred, Sandhill


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