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

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  • Post Office, Money Order, Telegraph, Savings Bank, Annuity and Insurance Office; Joseph Marston, sub-postmaster. Mails arrive at 7-20 am, from York and Malton, and are despatched at 6-45 p.m. on week-days. Sundays : - Arrivals at 6-30 a.m. in winter, and 8-29 a.m. in summer; despatches at 5-30 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Bean Mrs. Mary, cowkeeper
  • Binfield William Cullum, excise officer
  • Bogg Elmer, grocer and draper
  • Bogg Miss Rebecca, dressmaker
  • Boll John, blacksmith
  • Brooke Mrs. Eliza, The Cottage
  • Brown George, bootmaker, hairdresser, and slaughterer
  • Brown John, bootmaker
  • Brown Robert, manager, The Brewery
  • Calam Frank, tailor
  • Currey Jonathan, grocer and parish clerk
  • Dawson William, marine store dealer and rabbit catcher
  • Day Thomas, carrier to Malton, on Saturday; Scarborough, on Thursday
  • Ellis Rev. Richard, vicar
  • Freer John, coal dealer
  • Harland Richard, joiner
  • Heath James, butcher
  • Hepton John, M.R.C.V.S. (E. & L.), H.F.M.A., veterinary surgeon
  • Hirst Rev. William (Wesleyan)
  • Horner Mrs. Esther
  • Kirk James, C.C., brewer, maltster, wine and spirit merchant, and farmer, East Riding brewery; h Dawnay lodge, Potter Brompton
  • Laycock Charles, vict., Pigeon Pie Hotel
  • Levitt George, tailor
  • Lightfoot William, bootmaker
  • Lovel William, butcher
  • Marston Joseph, grocer, Post office; and registrar of births and deaths, assessor and collector, manure and insurance agent
  • Milner John, joiner
  • Norris Oliver, L.R.C.P. (Ireland), L.S.A. (London), physician and surgeon, medical officer and public vaccinator for Sherburn district (Scarborough Union) and Weaverthorpe district (Driffield Union)
  • Owston Joseph, joiner
  • Oxtoby Mrs. Mary, grocer
  • Park Mrs. Sarah, grocer
  • Patrick William, bricklayer
  • Pinkney James, carter
  • Pinkney James, saddler
  • Pinkney Robert, carter
  • Reynolds William H., station master, Weaverthorpe station
  • Sawkill Anthony, schoolmaster
  • Sherwood Thomas, coal dealer
  • Slaughter Dan, police constable
  • Smith Robert, carter and oil dealer
  • Stones Thomas, blacksmith
  • Streat Rev. Caleb (Wesleyan)
  • Stubbs Francis, joiner
  • Walker Mr. Walter H., Pasture house
  • Watson Mrs. Jane, cowkeeper
  • Willoughby Francis, joiner

Farmers.

  • Binning William Alfred (and insurance agent)
  • Clarkson George, Manor house
  • Duggleby Rd. (& auctioneer - Speck & Duggleby)
  • Foster John, Corner house
  • Lamplough John, The Elms
  • Lawson John Foster, Westfield house
  • Prodham John, Cottage farm
  • Reveley John Thomas (and miller), High and Low mills
  • Winter Thomas, Springfield house


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