North Frodingham Directory of Trades and Professions for 1857


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

Private Residents:
  • Mrs Richard Harrison Emmotland
  • Rev John Hutchinson (Independant)
  • Thomas Richard Shaw Esq.
  • Rev Henry West(vicar) Emmotland
  • Samuel Acklam farmer and freeholder Church End
  • Thomas Broumpton Blue Bell farmer, butcher and jobber
  • Halman Bullock shoemaker
  • Benjamin Burrill watch and clockmaker
  • Francis Burton farmer and freeholder
  • James Chadwick bricklayer
  • Robert Collinson shoemaker
  • William Cressy farmer Bullthorne
  • John Cross farmer
  • Christopher Dickinson farmer Howes
  • Henry Dickson saddler
  • Thomas Dinsdale plumber and glazier
  • Thomas Jhn Drinkrow farmer Manor House
  • Richard Easby farmer and jobber
  • Phineas Fullowdown joiner and wheelwright
  • Thomas Foreman wheelwright and joiner
  • Thomas Frankish carrier
  • Mark Grindon surgeon
  • Christopher Hebb bricklayer
  • Mrs Mary Hebb shopkeeper
  • Robert Holt miller
  • Robert Huntsman blacksmith
  • James Husard and son grocers, drapers and agents to the British Protector life and investment society and post office
  • John Idell shoemaker
  • Thoams Jarrett farmer
  • John Jennison shopkeeper and registrar for births and deaths
  • Johnston Botterill brewer, malster, cornfactor and spirit merchant, Frodingham Bridge
  • John Johnson beer retailer Warley Cross Hill
  • George Lancaster cattlejobber and butcher
  • John Pashby farmer
  • Thoams Pashby farmer Southfield
  • Benjamin Pepper stone and lime merchant
  • George Puder farmer
  • John Puder Beckwith parish clerk
  • John Raper shopkeeper
  • Thomas Reynolds farmer
  • William Robson farmer
  • James Ruston Star
  • Joseph Sheperd farmer Field Hoouse]
  • George Stork cornfactor and cattle dealer
  • Thomas Swift farmer
  • James Walker surgeon
  • William Wise farmer Glebe Farm
  • Charles Witty shopkeeper
  • William Witty bricklayer
  • An Omnibus between Hornsea and Driffeld passes through.
  • Driffield Thomas Frankish Farthing Thursday
  • Beverley Thomas Frankish Saturday
  • Hul Thomas Frankish Mondays

Transcribed by Shelly Stephenson. ©2006