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

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Miscellany of trades

  • Rev Charles Barker MA

Commercial:

  • John Akitt Plough
  • Thomas Atkinson farmer Tofflin
  • John Bassingdale corn miller
  • William Billany horsekeeper and farmer
  • Samuel Bilton blacksmith
  • Thomas Bilton farmer
  • Benjamin Charlton farmer
  • William Henry Crosby schoolmaster
  • William Day farmer
  • Robert Dibnah boot and shoemaker
  • Richard Walker Dry tailor
  • William Dry carrier and shopkeeper
  • John Futty farmer
  • William Futty miller
  • Mrs Lydia Graves farmer
  • Edward Greensides wheelwright
  • William Greensides farmer
  • William Hart farmer
  • John Hilton farmer
  • William Kennedy farmer and parish clerk
  • Robert Major farmer
  • Charles Newsham farmer
  • John Simpson farmer
  • Richard Sproxton farmer
  • Richrad Stephenson farmer and brick and tile maker
  • John Biglin Straker farmer
  • Edward Tennison farmer

Miscellany of trades

  • Letters through Withernsea by foot-post.
  • The nearest money order office is at Patrington.

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

Commercial:

  • John Chambers baker
  • Mrs Mary Coates farmer
  • William Cockerline tobacconist
  • Mrs Jane Coleman farmer
  • James and Charles Crannis Queen's hotel
  • Joshua Crawforth farmer Intack Farm
  • George Creasey lodging house
  • Frederick Dennison farmer
  • Nathaniel Fenby farmer
  • Richard Fenby farmer
  • George Hudson superintendent of gas works
  • John Kirkwood Sailor's Return
  • Joseph Patrick brick and tile maker
  • Robert Robinson boot and shoe maker
  • John Sherwood farmer Nevills' Farm
  • Mrs Mary Ann Simpson farmer
  • Dacid Smith tailor and collector and assessor of taxes
  • Mark Spencer lodging house
  • William Teasdale stationmaster
  • John Ward grocer
  • William Holmes Wright grocer, druggist and postmaster

Carrier:

  • William Dry to Hull every Tuesday

Transcribed by Shelly Stephenson. ©2006