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


  • Post Office at Timothy Jackson's. Letters vice Pocklington arrive 9-50 a.m., and are despatched at 3-50 p.m., Sunday excepted. Nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office Holme-on-Spalding Moor (three miles). Wall Letter Box, half-a-mile north of the village, is cleared at 4 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Allison Mrs. Mary, shopkeeper
  • Brick and Tile Yard; George Henry Ogle, proprietor, East farm, Melbourne
  • Caldwell Miss Agnes Georgina, schoolmistress
  • Fisher James, tailor
  • Fugill Robert, tailor (believed to be Feugill [Heather Rowland nee Feugill, 2012])
  • Gardham John, butcher
  • Hatfield George, shoemaker, West end
  • Howden Thomas, blacksmith, implement maker & vict., Blacksmiths' Arms
  • Ibbotson Thomas Gillah, joiner & wheelwright
  • Jackson James, clipper and singer
  • Johnson George, shopkeeper, and carrier to White Swan, Pavement, York (Saturday), & Market Weighton (Wednesday)
  • Johnson Vincent, tailor
  • Ogle Thomas, coal merchant, Eastwood house
  • Pears Geo., carrier to Market Weighton (Wed.)
  • Pears Joseph, shoemaker
  • Walker Christiana, beer retailer, Black Horse
  • Watson Miss Margaret, Rose cottage


  • Allison Charles
  • Anderson John
  • Chapman Thomas, West end
  • Cook Alfred, Dial hall
  • Cook Henry
  • Cook John, Field house
  • Davison William, West end
  • Drake John Joackim
  • Exelby William, Rose farm
  • Henley John
  • Horsley Arthur, White house
  • Horsley Richard, Rytham Gate farm
  • Hunt Jervitt, Fosses farm
  • Kendall Edward
  • Laverack -, Lincoln flatts
  • Lee George, South fields
  • Middleton Thomas, Park farm
  • Murr John, Seaton Old hall
  • Ogle Mrs. Charlotte, Eastwood house
  • Pears George
  • Pitts John, Alberries farm
  • Preston Charles (and miller), Old mills (wind)
  • Rook John (and shopkeeper)
  • Sanderson Michael
  • Sawyer John, Wood house
  • Simpson David, Breck's farm
  • Sykes Richard
  • Walker Albert Stephen (and miller & thrashing machine proprietor), New mill
  • Watson Thomas (and huckster)
  • Whitty Richard, White Rose cottage
  • Withell William

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