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

Post:

  • Post Office at F. Richardson's. Letters arrive via Beverley, week days only, at 8-25 a.m., and are despatched at 4-15 p.m. The nearest Money Order Office is at Cherry Burton, and Telegraph Office at Beverley. Arram letter box cleared at 3-45 p.m.

Miscellany of trades
Marked * are at Arram.

  • Arnott William Wrangham, bricklayer
  • Brusby George, blacksmith
  • Clarke John, hind
  • Dickins Henry, poulterer
  • Ellerker John, joiner and wheelwright
  • Farrant Rev. John Quillin, M.A., curate
  • Fisher Mrs. Mary
  • Garness John William, shopkeeper
  • Giles Richard, joiner and wheelwright
  • Grand U.O. of Oddfellows ("Lord Leaconfield Lodge," No. 811), Robert Pape, sec.; held monthly in the school room (170 members)
  • Jackson Miss Louisa, schoolmistress
  • *Kitchen Thomas E., hind
  • Miner John, parish clerk
  • *Newlove Richard, station master
  • Nicholson George, hind
  • Pape Robert, tailor and draper, and overseer and assessor
  • Richardson Francis boot and shoe maker, Post office
  • *Stainforth Paul Vickers, boot and shoemaker, and shopkeeper
  • *Walker Miss Eliza, cowkeeper
  • *Walker William, thrashing machine owner
  • Watts Rev. Edwin, M.A., The Rectory
  • *Werner William, hind
  • Williamson George S., cowkeeper

Farmers.

  • *Best Alfred, Elm tree; h Beverley
  • *Care John, Arram green
  • Dickins Thomas, Low Parks farm
  • Featherston William, Leconfield parks
  • Fisher Robert, Manor house
  • Grant Charles & Seymour
  • *Grant Hugh Seymour
  • Hall Samuel, The Grange
  • Hunsley Mrs. Jane
  • Langdale John Robinson, The Park house
  • *Sellers Walker
  • *Sissons George
  • *Smith William, Beck End farm
  • *Taylor Mrs. Emma (and carrier to Beverley, Saturday)
  • Vickers Wm., junr. (& inspector of nuisancesto Rural Sanitary Authority, Beverley Union), Castle farm
  • *Walker Alexander
  • *Williamson Thomas
  • *Wright Thomas, Arram grange


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