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

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LOCKINGTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office at Wm. Ireland's. Letters arrive via Hull, week-days only, at 8-30 a.m., and are despatched at 4-20 p.m. in summer, and 2-40 p.m. in winter. Postal Orders issued here but not paid. The nearest Money Order Office is at Dalton Holme, and Telegraph Office at Beverley. Letter Box at Lockington station, cleared at 4.15 p.m. Conveyance - Dunn's 'bus to Beverley (Saturday) and Driffield (Thursday), at 11-30 a.m.

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS

  • (Court "Wellington"), held quarterly at the Rockingham Inn, J. J. Woods, sec. (established 1840; 243 adult members; 45 juvenile members)

Miscellany of trades

  • Bell David, foreman drainer to Lord Hotham
  • Briggs Joseph, pig jobber
  • Burgess Mark, shoemaker and cowkeeper
  • Burgess Mr. Robert
  • Burgess Thomas, cowkeeper
  • Dunn George, cowkeeper
  • Ellerington Wm., police constable
  • Elvidge Wm., marine store dealer
  • Fenton David, pig jobber and cowkeeper
  • Foreman Mrs. Hannab, shopkeeper
  • Fox Thomas, cowkeeper
  • Grant Wm., shopkeeper and carrier to Hull (Tuesdays and Fridays)
  • Gray Wm., hind, Barfe hill
  • Griffin Wm., joiner and wheelwright
  • Griffith Rev. Arthur Hammond, M.A., The Rectory
  • Hance Jeremiah, joiner
  • Harrison Chas., cowkeeper
  • Holdroyd James, schoolmaster
  • Holliday Robert, boot and shoe maker
  • Holt Charles, stationmaster, and goods and coal agent
  • Ireland John, blacksmith and cowkeeper
  • Ireland Wm., postmaster
  • Nornabell Mrs. Frances E.
  • Potts Francis Reed, tailor
  • Richardson George, carter
  • Richardson George, cowkeeper
  • Richardson Miss Grace E., dressmaker
  • Sissons Henry, joiner and wheelwright
  • Taylor John, carrier to Beverley (Saturdays), Driffield (Thursdays)
  • Wadsworth Miss Annie E., dressmaker
  • Wadsworth Charles, cowkeeper
  • Ward Henry John, shoemaker and dealer
  • Ward Robert, cowkeeper
  • Wardell Robert Lowson, grocer
  • Weatherill David, joiner

Farmers,

  • Abram Thomas (and miller and corn factor), Bryan mills
  • Binnington John
  • Bradley Thomas (and butcher)
  • Burton Samuel
  • Dunn William, and vict. and bus proprietor, Rockingham Inn
  • Dunning John, Barfe hill; h Aike
  • Farnaby Edward, Manor house
  • Hutchinson Waterman Heron, Lockington grange
  • Jackson Henry (and auctioneer), Hall garth
  • Langdale George (and dealer in manures and seeds), Lockington Carr house
  • Medforth John Henry, Rectory farm
  • Myers John, Acres farm
  • Nornabell Thomas William
  • Richardson Mrs. Mary
  • Rispin Thomas, and vict., Wellington Inn
  • Swift Robert, Wood house
  • Vickers William, Bygott house
  • Welborn Edwin & Alfred, Moorfield house

AIKE TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters via Lockington, Hull. Telegraph and Money Order Office, at Beverley.

Miscellany of trades

  • Danby Robert, cowkeeper
  • Dunn Miss Kate, schoolmistress; h Wilfholme
  • Norris John, pig jobber
  • Norris Robert
  • Norris William, shopkeeper, and carrier to Beverley, (Saturday)

Farmers.

  • Dunning John, Aike grange
  • Harrison Ira, High grange
  • Runton George (yeoman)


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