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

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  • Post Office at Mrs. Ann Helen Pinchon's. Letters, via Brough, arrive at 5-30 am., and are despatched at 7-20 p.m. (Sundays included). Nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office, North Cave (one-and-a-half miles).

Miscellany of trades

  • Balderson George, builder
  • Clitherow Colonel Edward John Stracey (late Scotch Fusiliers), Hotham Hall
  • Cole Rev. William, M.A., The Rectory
  • Drewery John, foreman, Hotham hall
  • Moverley Thomas, potato dealer, and carrier to Hull (Bull & Sun, Mytongate), Tues. and Fri.
  • Pearson Mrs. Eliz., joiner and wheelwright
  • Pinchon Mrs. Ann Helen, grocer, draper, and postmistress
  • Sargeson George William, vict., Hotham Inn
  • Smith Mr. Boys, Lawn house
  • Smith Miss Emma, schoolmistress
  • Stather Robert, tailor
  • Waddington Mrs. Maria
  • Walker Robert, blacksmith
  • Welburn Peter, joiner and grocer
  • Wilson Benjamin, tailor
  • Wilson William, carrier to Hull (Station Hotel stables), Tues. and Fri.; Market Weighton, Wednesday; and Beverley, Saturday
  • Withill Mrs. Eliz., watchmaker & gun repairer
  • Wrangham Walter Francis, J.P., Hotham hs

Farmers.

  • Atkin William, Hut farm
  • Carr John
  • Dunning Knapton
  • Hastie John, manager for Colonel Clitherow, South farm
  • Holt Charles Septimus, Snake hall
  • Lawson Mrs. Ann, Mill farm
  • Petch John Stather, The Manor house
  • Purdon George, Glebe farm
  • Sharp Leonard, Hotham fields
  • Suddaby Thomas Tindale, Dunnaby hall
  • Vessey Richard, Sand hill
  • Watson Robert Buttle, North Carr farm
  • Wilson John
  • Wilson Joseph


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