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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for WEAVERTHORPE in The Scarborough Gazette Directory of 1905.

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General information:

  • Postal Address---Weaverthorpe, York.
  • Telegrams, Weaverthorpe.
  • Parliamentary Division, Buckrose.
  • County Council, East Riding---T. Leonard.
  • Parish Council, East Riding---Chairman, H. Hodgson, J. Milner, W. Milner, T. Ellis, Leonard Cooper, Jos. Anderson, H. Hebblethwaite, John Stowe. Clerk, Charles Foster.
  • St. Andrew's Church---Rev. C. E. Bedwell.
  • National Schools---Headmaster, Wm. Smith.
  • Wesleyan Chapel (Sherburn Circuit).
  • Primitive Methodist Chapel (Driffield Circuit).
  • Post Office---Postmaster, W. Hodgson. Open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m Telegrams, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Delivery, weekdays 8.50 a.m. Dispatch, 5.20 p.m. No Sundays. Telegrams, Sundays 8 to 10 a.m. Money Order, Savings Bank, etc.
  • Cricket Club---Hon. Sec., Geo. Lukes.
  • Nearest Railway Station (4 miles), Weaverthorpe, NER.,(York and Scarborough line).

Miscellany of trades

  • Anderson, Fred, farmer.
  • Anderson, Joseph, tailor.
  • Armstrong. Richard, labourer.
  • Asquith, Mrs. Mary.
  • Baker, William, labourer.
  • Bayes, Mrs. Mary, innkeeper, Blue Bell Inn.
  • Bean, Danby, labourer.
  • Bean, George, labourer.
  • Bean, Thomas, labourer.
  • Bedwell, Rev. C.E., The Vicarage.
  • Boyes, Francis, labourer.
  • Boyes, J.H.
  • Burnett, John, joiner.
  • Burton, Charles, farmer.
  • Calam, William, labourer.
  • Cooper, John William, carrier.
  • Cooper, Jonathon, shoemaker.
  • Cooper, Leonard, carrier.
  • Cooper, Leonard, blacksmith.
  • Cousins, T., labourer.
  • Dobson, Mrs. F.
  • Dobson, Mrs. J.
  • Dobson, Mrs. R.
  • Ellis, George, blacksmith.
  • Foley, Mark, farmer.
  • Foster, Charles, innkeeper, Star Inn.
  • Foster, George, labourer.
  • Foster, William, hind.
  • Gordon, John, carrier.
  • Gordon, Mrs. Hannah.
  • Grice, William, farmer.
  • Grice, W., farmer.
  • Hall, Mrs. Jane.
  • Hebblethwaite, Harry, tailor.
  • Hodgson, H., farmer.
  • Hodgson, William, tailor, draper and assistant overseer.
  • Hodgson, Mrs. F.R.
  • Huggins, John, joiner.
  • Ireland, Samuel, labourer.
  • Ireland, William, chimney sweep.
  • Jackson, Joseph, shoemaker.
  • Kellington, Sandeman, labourer.
  • Laycock, Harry, butcher.
  • Lickes, Mrs. Mary, blacksmith.
  • Medd, Frank, labourer.
  • Metcalfe, Richard, blacksmith.
  • Milner, Fred, farmer.
  • Milner, John, machine proprietor.
  • Milner, Jonathon, farmer.
  • Milner, William, blacksmith.
  • Milner, Mrs.
  • Nelson, Robert, saddler.
  • Paul, Thomas, farmer.
  • Paley, John, labourer.
  • Perrot, Mrs. Ann.
  • Rawlinson, S., labourer.
  • Ridsdale, Thomas, labourer.
  • Ringrose, Jonathon, vetinary surgeon.
  • Robson, Mrs.
  • Sandeman, Fred, labourer.
  • Sawdon, Thomas, labourer.
  • Smith, Samuel, labourer.
  • Smith, Thomas D., labourer.
  • Smith, William, labourer.
  • Smith, William, labourer.
  • Smith, William, schoolmaster.
  • Stow, John, labourer.
  • Summersgill, William, labourer.
  • Thompson, Mrs. Mary.
  • Thornburn, Alxr., labourer.
  • Thornburn, Mrs. Ellen.
  • Towse, William, labourer.
  • Vasey, Edward, farmer. Walker, Tom, labourer.
  • Webster. Athelstane, bricklayer.
  • Welbon, George, labourer.
  • White, Charles, labourer.
  • Williamson, George, labourer.
  • Wilson, Jno. H., grocer.
  • Wood, Mrs. Fanny.
  • Young, David, poultry dealer.

Transcribed by Pam Smith.