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


  • Post, Money Order, Telegraph, Annuity and Insurance Office, and Savings Bank, Brough; Philip James, postmaster. Letters from London and all parts arrive at 4-11 a.m. and 3-15 p.m.; from York at 3-13 p.m.; from Hull at 3-28 p.m., 5-40 p.m., and 5-54 a.m. Despatches to London and all parts at 8-20 p.m.; to Hull at 3-15 and 9-38 p.m.; to North Ferriby, Melton, and Welton at 5-30 p.m. Letter Box cleared on Sundays at 6-15 a.m. and 8-15 p.m. Railway Station (N.E.R.); Philip James, stationmaster and goods agent.

Miscellany of trades

  • Andrew Arthur, gardener
  • Atkinson Mr. Joseph, Elloughton rise
  • Blakey Mr.
  • Brough, Elloughton, and District Gas Co., Ltd., Wm. Tock, manager; and William Squire, secretary, Hull
  • Cash Mrs. Catherine, Jesmond house
  • Collins Mr. Monte Meyer
  • Constable Robert, cart owner
  • Dawson John, market gardener
  • Dixon Matthew, vict., Station Hotel
  • Dorsey Chas. Wm., joiner, and at Elloughton
  • Everatt Richard, grocer
  • Greame Mr. Henry Charles
  • Haldenby John Hudson, shopkeeper
  • Haldenby Misses S. and E., ladies' school, Brough villa
  • Hall William, farmer, Skilling's lodge
  • Hayward Mr. Charles Young
  • Horsley William John, butcher
  • Hulse Joseph, vict., Ferry Inn
  • Jackson Mr. Samuel Brook, Humber house
  • James John Arthur, clerk, Ivy cottage
  • James Philip, postmaster and stationmaster
  • Jaques Mr. Thomas, Swiss cottage
  • Jarratt Frederick, assistant overseer, Oak villa
  • Jefferson Henry, farmer, Sandholme lodge
  • Kettlewell Mr. Samuel, Daisy lawn
  • Lloyd George Marner, ganger, Ivy cottage
  • Massey Mr. Watson Arton, Grassdale
  • Mitchell Charles, hay and straw dealer
  • Moton Mr. Walter, Elloughton grange
  • Ouston Mr. George Robert, Ivy lodge
  • Palmer Thos. Wm., Esq., J.P., Brough house
  • Redfern Mr. Walter, Elloughton mount
  • Rutter Mr. James, Tremayne lodge
  • Scaife Mr. Matthew, Springfield house
  • Scarborough Charles, cowkeeper
  • Seabrook Robert
  • Sipling Mr. George
  • Smith Rev. Jas. (Congregationalist), Elloughton mount
  • Stones Frederick William, Prudential agent
  • Thompson Miss Caroline, Fern cottage
  • Upton Mr. John, Rose cottage
  • Walker Christopher Mason, cart owner
  • Ward James, grocer and beer retailer
  • West Leonard H., solicitor, and at Leeds
  • Wiley Edwin F. & Co., corn merchants (and Hull)
  • Wiley Edwin Frederic (E. F. W. & Co.); h The Elms
  • Wilson Edward Baker, traveller
  • Wilson James, blacksmith

Carriers to Hull.

  • Kirby Jno. and Walker Jas., on Tues. & Fri.


  • Letters, via Brough, the nearest Money Order Office. Wall Box cleared at 2-5 and 7-30 p.m Sundays, 3-0 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Andrew William, joiner and parish clerk
  • Atkinson Mr. Arthur J.
  • Barratt Henry, market gardener
  • Bennett Rev. William Millard, M.A., vicar
  • Carlill William, shoemaker
  • Cass - , schoolmaster
  • Day Matthew, grocer
  • Dorsey Charles William, joiner and builder
  • Fisher Mrs. Margaret
  • Gregory George Henry, clerk
  • Hatton Mrs. Martha
  • Howling John, blacksmith
  • Hudson Mrs. Sarah, shopkeeper
  • Kelsey Frederick Shaw, Addiscombe house
  • Kirby John, carrier to Hull (Tues. and Fri.)
  • Kirby Richard, general dealer
  • Lambert Samuel, The Sycamores
  • Lloyd William Thomas, Elloughton castle
  • Middleton Henry, butcher
  • Mortimer Mr. James
  • Mossman Robt. Arthur, physician and surgeon
  • Pipes Miss Mary Elizabeth, Brook dale
  • Quest James, vict., Half Moon
  • Robinson William, tailor
  • Ross Mrs. Mary Elloughton lodge
  • Scaife George Beulah, builder
  • Scruton William, shoemaker
  • Shaw Edward, Thorpe villa
  • Starr Mr. Frederick William
  • Storr Robert Ellis, joiner
  • Storr Mr. William
  • Thompson Mr. William
  • Tomalin Mr. Samuel
  • Underwood John, plumber
  • Walker James, carrier to Hull (Tues. and Fri.)
  • Wares James McIntosh
  • Woodhouse James Thomas, Esq.


  • Beaulah Thomas Carlill (and butcher)
  • Blythe William, Manor house
  • Brigham William
  • Giddy - , Top of hill
  • Jefferson Robert
  • Joy -
  • Robinson John


  • Letters via Brough.

Miscellany of trades

  • Thompson Joseph, Wauldby manor

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