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


Miscellany of trades

  • Venerable William Harry Edward Bentinck recto Rectory

Miscellany of trades

  • Bowser and Postill machine owners
  • David Chapman schoolmaster
  • Mrs Catherine Elizabeth Chapman schoolmistress
  • Henry Clappison blacksmith and grocer
  • George Day carrier
  • Peter Dunn farmer Pasture House
  • Robert Dunn tailor
  • Alexander Grainger farmer and landowner Sigglesthorne Grange
  • George Harrison parish clerk
  • Mrs Elizabeth Hopper farmer Little Hatfield
  • John Raynor postmaster
  • William Richardson shoemaker
  • John Scaling beer retailer and carrier
  • William Silver farm bailiff to William Wright Esq.
  • Hartley Jackson Stephenson tailor
  • John Tanton farmer Little Hatfield
  • Richard Taylor farmer Manor House
  • Ellerker Woodward farmer
  • William Wright farmer and landowner Sigglesthorne Hall

Miscellany of trades

  • Letters through Hull. Beverley is nearest money order office.


  • Beverley George Day Saturday
  • Driffield George Day Thursday
  • Hull George day and John Scaling Tuesday
  • Coach- Royal Mail from Hull to Hornsea and back passes through every day.

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for GREAT HATFIELD in Post Office Directory of 1857.

Gentry &c.:

  • William F Bethell Esq. farmer
  • George Blenkin farmer
  • John Carr farmer
  • William Clapham farmer
  • William Dodson farmer
  • Robert Dunn
  • John Garbutt farmer
  • George Horsefield farmer
  • Benjamin Jackson farmer and landowner
  • Hartley Jackson jun. farmer
  • Robert Jackson farmer and landowner
  • Mrs Elizabeth Jenkinson shopkeeper and carrier
  • George Lowthorpe farmer
  • Thomas Major farm Bailiff to William F Bethell Esq.
  • William Stephenson shoemaker and beer retailer
  • Robert Wright farmer


  • Letters through Hull.
  • Hedon is the nearest money order office


  • to Hull Mrs Elizabeth Jenkinson every Tuesday.

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

Gentry &c.:

  • John Maw Esq. Seaton House
  • Rev Richard Rudd curate of Sigglesthorne


  • David Brown wheelwright
  • Matthew Brown yeoman
  • George Drury tailor
  • John Duke shoemaker
  • Christopher Garton shopkeeper
  • John Grainger farmer and freeholder
  • George Hardy yeoman
  • William Harland shopkeeper
  • John Hirman shopkeeper
  • John Kirby Swan
  • Mrs Hannah Leak farmer and freeholder
  • Joseph Rounding farmer
  • George Scott farmer
  • John Smith blacksmith
  • William Stabler farmer
  • John Stephenson farmer
  • George Whiting farmer


  • Letters through Northallerton, which is the nearest money order office.

Transcribed by Shelly Stephenson. ©2006