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

Miscellany of trades

  • John Jackson esq., Long Riston grange

Commercial:

  • Robert Billany farmer
  • Jonathan Billingly farmer Woodhouse
  • Francis William Bilton farmer Riston Wins
  • John Cappleman farmer
  • Richard Carhill carpenter, wheelwright and shopkeeper
  • Robert Carr Travellers Rest Inn
  • Dennis Coulson shoemaker
  • John Drury farmer
  • George Hall butcher
  • James Hall farmer Manor House
  • Benjamin Jackson farmer Arnold Carr
  • Thomas Jackson shopkeeper
  • Matthew Levitt blacksmith
  • John Maltby tailor and draper
  • Johnson Milson farmer Riston Carr
  • Ralph Pattison shopkeeper
  • William Peck blacksmith
  • George Porter shoemaker
  • John Prince shopkeeper
  • William Smales tailor
  • Frederick Smith farmer Arnold Grange
  • George Walker wheelwright
  • Mrs Rebecca Wardell beer retailer

Carriers:

  • Pass through village for Beverley every Saturday.
  • Parish Clerk and schoolmaster Parish Fewson

Transcribed by Shelly Stephenson. ©2006