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

Post:

  • Post Office, Money Order, Savings Bank, Annuity, and Insurance Office, Cranswick via Hull. William Sanderson, postmaster. Mails arrive at 6-45 a.m., and are despatched at 6-20 p.m. Wall Letter Box at Hutton cleared at 3-55 p.m., and at the Railway Station at 6-0 p.m. Driffield is the nearest Telegraph Office.

HUTTON.

Miscellany of trades

  • Barker Jesse, shoemaker
  • Dosser Arthur, grocer
  • Fletcher Timothy, gardener
  • Leppington Robert, miller (wind)
  • O'Callaghan Rev. Rt. Chas. Geo., M.A., Vicarage
  • Pearson William, blacksmith
  • Sanderson Samuel, grocer
  • Sissons John, joiner, Gaudy hall
  • Tate Joseph, market gardener
  • Wardell John Hobson, cowkeeper
  • Watson Charles, bricklayer

Farmers.

  • Clark Francis, Gaudy hall
  • Hill William
  • Jebson George
  • Johnson Edmond, Manor house
  • Johnson Edwin
  • Moate Thomas Smith
  • Southcoate David

CRANSWICK.

Miscellany of trades

  • Barmby James, shoemaker
  • Bowes Singleton, blacksmith
  • Bowes Mr. William
  • Brewer Alfred, hawker
  • Clapham John, beer retailer
  • Cook Mrs. Mary
  • Dickenson Miss Mary Ann, shopkeeper
  • Dosser Robert, grocer
  • Duke William, shoemaker
  • Fisher John Riley, horse dealer
  • Gill William, station master
  • Gray Miss Alice Mary, schoolmistress
  • Harvey John, market gardener
  • Hobson Matthew, mole trapper
  • Jackson William, junr., grocer
  • Jackson William, rate collector
  • Kirby Mrs. Robert
  • Miller Albert Lacy, tailor
  • Milner Henry Atkinson, draper
  • Nicholson Henry, tea dealer
  • Pleasants Mrs. Anne Maria, schoolmistress
  • Poole John, vict., Pack Horse
  • Porritt Mrs. Jane
  • Postill Henry, horse dealer
  • Potter Mrs. Sarah, vict., Cross Keys
  • Rayner George, school master
  • Robson James, hairdresser
  • Sanderson Edmond, shoemaker
  • Sanderson Johnson, tailor
  • Sanderson William, grocer and post office
  • Sissons George, joiner and wheelwright
  • Smith Henry, cowkeeper
  • Smith Robert, bricklayer
  • Spink John, blacksmith
  • Tindall John, joiner
  • Turner James, shoemaker
  • Walker Porteus
  • Walley Mr. Thomas, Rose cottage
  • Watson Mrs. Selina, beer retailer
  • Weatherill Robert, rope maker
  • Welbourne Robert, butcher
  • Westerdale Samuel Henry, cowkeeper

Farmers.

  • Blythe Joseph, Ivy cottage
  • Botham John William G., West field
  • Catton Mrs. Diana, South hall
  • Consitt Thomas Stephenson, Common house
  • Dunn Jonathan
  • Fisher Samuel
  • Hardy Miss Mary Jane, Manor house
  • Hobson Thomas
  • Holtby Mrs. Jane, Corps landing
  • Kirby Mrs. Joyce, Scurf dyke
  • Kirby Richard, Cranswick common
  • Nicholson William
  • Nutbrown George, Corps Landing road
  • Sellers George, Highgate hall
  • Stubbs Joseph
  • Weatherill Robert, Clay floor
  • Wilson Thomas, Cranswick common

Carriers.

  • Consitt David, to beveerley, Sat., and Driffield, Monday and Thursday
  • Craggy Alfred, to Beverley, Sat., and Driffield, Monday and Thursday
  • Puckering John, to Beverley, Sat.; Driffield, Thursday; Hull, Tuesday and Friday
  • Wilson George, to Beverley, Saturday; Driffield, Thursday

ROTSEA TOWNSHIP.

  • Postal address, Rotsea, Cranswick, Hull.

Miscellany of trades

  • Branston Abraham, Carr farm
  • Holtby William, farmer, Manor house

SUNDERLANDWICK TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters via Driffield.

Miscellany of trades

  • Dixon James. farmer
  • Kirby - Barr farm
  • Reynard Frederick, Esq., J.P., The Hall
  • Roy Wm., farm bailiff for Frederick Reynard, Esq., Old Sunderlandwick


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