Langtoft Directory of Trades and Professions for 1857


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

Gentry &c.:
  • Rev Richard Baldock BA curate
  • James Barron lime burner
  • William Bishop beer retailer
  • William Braithwaite blacksmith
  • Frederick Brunton farmer
  • John Gray shopkeeper
  • Richard Gray farmer
  • Peter Grice farmer
  • William Harland joiner and wheelwright
  • Thomas Hill shoemaker
  • George Huthwaite farmer
  • William Kell National schoolmaster
  • John Baker Kirby Ship
  • Mrs Catherine Lamplough farmer
  • Crosby Lamplough farmer
  • Mrs Priscilla Lamplough dressmaker
  • Robert Lamplough farmer Wold House
  • Wharram Lamplough butcher
  • William Lamplough sen. farmer
  • William Lamplough Jun. farmer
  • Francis Lawty shoemaker
  • John Lowther shopkeeper
  • Sowersby Melson farmer and miller
  • Thomas Nettleton tailor
  • Johnson Nicholson shopkeeper
  • Francis Pattison farmer
  • Richard Pattison carrier
  • Amos Pheasby poulterer and carrier
  • John Pheasby baker
  • Richard Postill George and Dragon joiner and wheelwright
  • John Ringrose shopkeeper
  • George Robinson tailor, parish clerk and postmaster
  • John Robinson farmer
  • Thomas Robinson dayschool
  • James Ruston tailor
  • James Sawdon farmer
  • John Sawdon bricklayer
  • William Seller butcher
  • Misses Ann, Eliza and Elizabeth Sharp dressmakers
  • John Sharp gardener and seedsman
  • George Shipley farmer
  • Marmaduke Simpson farmer
  • Daniel Sowersby farmer
  • Miss Sarah Sowersby dressmaker
  • William Warters farmer
  • Richard Watson blacksmith
  • Henry Wilson farmer
  • Philip Wilson farmer
  • Mrs Rebecca Woodmansey dressmaker
  • William Woodmansey joiner and wheelwright
  • Thomas Wrides thrashing machine owner
Places of Worship:
  • Church St Peter Rev Edward Trueman vicar, and Rev Richard Baldock curate
  • Chapel of Ease Cottam Rev Richard Baldock officiating minister
  • Wesleyan Chapel various ministers
  • Primitive Methodist Chapel various ministers
  • Bridlington-Amos Pheasby every Saturday
  • Driffield- Richard Pattison and Amos Pheasby every Thursday.
  • George Robinson receiver.
  • Letters arrive from Driffield at half past noon and are despatched there to at 10mins to 1pm.
  • Nearest money order office is at Driffield.

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

Miscellany of trades
  • John Clark farmer
  • Edwin Wauldby farmer

Transcribed by Shelly Stephenson. ©2006