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

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ROOS TOWNSHIP.

  • Post, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank; E. Wallis, postmaster. Letters, via Hull, arrive at 9-45 am., and are despatched at 3-25 p.m. No Sunday business.

Miscellany of trades

  • Atkinson Charles, joiner and wheelwright
  • Atkinson William, joiner and builder
  • Bayldon Mr. Henry John
  • Blenkin Jas., joiner, wheelwright, blacksmith, machinist, and steam thrashing machine proprietor, North end
  • Branton Joseph, shoemaker
  • Cockerhne Thomas, gardener
  • Curtis Wm., joiner, wheelwright, and draper
  • Dennison Garton, saddler and harness maker
  • Dickinson George, Esq., The Elms
  • Dickinson Wm. Geo., Esq., J.P., The Rectory
  • Dobson Geo., wheelwright and joiner, North end
  • Fewster Henry Grantham, corn miller
  • Foster Mr. Thomas
  • Hardbattle David, carrier to Hull (Tuesday and Friday), North end
  • Hardbattle Mrs. Hannah, Ivy cottage
  • Ion Miss Anne, milliner and draper
  • Jackson John, cattle dealer
  • Jackson Peter, cattle dealer
  • Johnson Mrs. Fanny
  • Jubb Mr. Robert Welburn Hotham
  • Jubb Robt., tailor, draper, and market gardener
  • King Joseph, gamekeeper
  • Langthorp James, plumber, glazier, and painter
  • Laws James, fellmonger
  • Linsley Mr. Thomas, North end
  • Medforth Wilkin, milk seller, and assistant overseer for Roos
  • Metcalf Gibson, horse dealer and breaker
  • Milsom Rev. E., rector
  • Nicholson Alfred, cowkeeper
  • Oglesby Wm., beerseller and coal dealer, Black Horse
  • Pickering Wm., vict. and horse breaker, Roos Arms
  • Reed Thomas, carrier to Hull, (Friday)
  • Sharp James, cowkeeper
  • Shepherd Richard, grocer and oil dealer
  • Silversides Charles, master, National school
  • Thompson William Henry, cattle dealer
  • Tover William & Son (Thomas), corn and flour dealers
  • Turnbull Edwd. Thew, physician and surgeon, medical officer and public vaccinator for the North-East District of Patrington Union, The Chestnuts
  • Wallis Edwd., grocer, druggist, ironmonger, and postmaster, agent for the Sun Fire and Life Office
  • Wilkinson Mrs. Susan

Farmers.

  • Banks James, East Field cottage
  • Clark Mrs. Frances, Elm Tree house
  • Clegg John and Edmund, Glebe farm
  • Feaster William
  • Harrison Henry, Roos furze
  • Keith Henry, North end
  • Maltas John
  • Metcalf Morris (and carrier to Hull, Tuesday and Friday)
  • Newton Philip, North end
  • Reed William (and market gardener)
  • Thompson Joseph (and butcher)
  • Trowill William Francis, Poplar house
  • Tuton William John, North farm
  • Webster Richard (and blacksmith)

OWSTWICK TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office at Peter Beadle's. Letters arrive via Burstwick, Hull, week days only, at 9-50 am., and are despatched at 3-45 p.m. Telegraph Office at Hedon or Withernsea, and Money Order Office at Roos.

Miscellany of trades

  • Bayston George, hind
  • Beadle Mrs. Annie Elizabeth, sub-postmistress
  • Crawforth George, hawker
  • Ford John Watson, hind
  • Hunter Richard, hind
  • Langstaff John, farm foreman
  • Webster Richard, blacksmith; h Roos

Farmers.

  • Cautley Edmund George; h Preston
  • Cook John
  • Elgey William, Willowtoft
  • Kirk Thos. (yeo.), (and goldsmith, Kirk & Co., Ltd., Hull), Owstwick hall
  • Newton Thomas
  • Wood William Henry; h Humbleton
  • Wright John Christopher, Primrose hill


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