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

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  • Letters arrive via Hull. The Wall Box in the village is cleared at 4 p.m.

HOLMPTON WITH OUT NEWTON UNITED DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD.

  • J. Blashill (chairman), B. Hodgson (vice-chairman), F. Cockerline, H. Johnson, J. Elvidge. Clerk to the Board - George Kendall, Keyingham.
  • Board School; Rd. Herb. Chamberlin, master

Miscellany of trades

  • Cockerline Miss Catherine
  • Cockerline Frederick, boot and shoe maker and grocer
  • Dyson Rev. William, rector of Holmpton and vicar of Welwick, The Rectory
  • Gell Arthur, blacksmith
  • Gell Horatio, bricklayer and builder
  • Harman John, joiner and wheelwright
  • Mason William and Hosea, cattle dealers
  • Norton Arthur, tailor and outfitter, and agent for Field's cattle oils
  • Parker Mrs. Charlotte, Holmpton hall
  • Shields Richard, cowkeeper and foreman
  • Smith Edward, farm foreman
  • Spence James William, vict., George Inn
  • Stephenson Mrs. Eliza, Cliff house
  • Stephenson Mr. William Henry
  • Wakeham Mr. John

Farmers.

  • Bilton Richard
  • Blashill James, Rysome garth
  • Cockerill George
  • Elvidge Joseph, Trinity House farm
  • Grindell Mrs. Susannab, Manor house
  • Hodgson Bride, North farm
  • Holden Thomas; h Winestead
  • Nicholson Thos. (and shopkeeper), Glebe land


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