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



  • Post Office, Money Order Office and Savings Bank, North Dalton, Beverley. Mails arrive at 8-22 a.m. from Beverley, and are despatched at 4-35 p.m. Nearest Telegraph Office, Middleton Railway Station. Hardy Dixon, postmaster.

Miscellany of trades

  • Binnington Miss Annie, dressmaker
  • Binnington Mrs. Elizabeth, cabinet maker
  • Clark David, vict., George and Dragon
  • Dixon Hardy, boot and shoe maker
  • Dooks Arthur, miller, Middleton-on-the-Wolds, Hull
  • Fleetham George, joiner
  • Fleetham, Thomas, joiner
  • Foxton Mrs. Alice Mary, grocer
  • Foxton Fred, cattle dealer
  • Foxton Mr. Thomas
  • Frankish Samuel, pig dealer
  • Fussey T., grocer
  • Garside Joseph Thomas, schoolmaster
  • Hill Henry, cattle dealer
  • Lovell Francis, butcher
  • Morton Rev. D'Arcy S., vicar
  • Newlove Thomas, grocer
  • Railton Thomas, tailor
  • Ransom George Tom, tailor
  • Scott David, blacksmith
  • Thompson Francis William, grocer
  • Wilson John Thomas, butcher
  • Wilson Richard, vict., Star Inn


  • Binnington John (yeo.), South field
  • Binnington Thomas (yeo.), Westwood house
  • Coates John, Shipton dale
  • Duggleby Thomas, North Dalton wold
  • Hill Mrs. Mary
  • Hoggard Henry (bailiff) South Grange farm
  • Hudson John, Deepdale farm
  • Jackson Albert Edward and Matthew Nathan, South Wold farm
  • Jordan John Staveley
  • Mason Aaron, Summit house
  • Rawson Henry (bailiff), New farm
  • Staveley John Alfred, Manor house
  • Wilson Marmaduke (bailiff)
  • Wilson Thomas Crompton, North grange


  • Barr Albert Edward, to Driffield, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday (and grocer)
  • Syred James, to Beverley, Saturday; Driffield, Thursday

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