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

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General information:

  • Postal Address, West Heslerton, York.
  • Parliamentary Division, Buckrose.
  • County Council, East Riding.---A.J. Cholmondeley.
  • Overseers.---W. Hall and E. Blakey.
  • All Saints' Church.---Rev. T.A. Williams, rector.
  • Wesleyan Chapel (Sherburn Circuit).
  • National School.---Headmaster, C.J.D. Chiverall
  • Post Office 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Fredk. Thompson, postmaster. Telegrams, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Delivery 8 a.m. Dispatch 6 p.m. No Sundays. Money Order, Savings Bank, etc.
  • Railway Station.---Heslerton NER. (York and Scarborough line), 1 mile.

Miscellany of trades

  • Adams, David, grocer and farm labourer.
  • Baker, William, Heslerton Carr, farmer.
  • Barker, James, shepherd.
  • Beal, Joseph, grocer.
  • Beecroft, John, joiner.
  • Belt, Mrs. Elizabeth.
  • Boyes, John, signalman.
  • Bryant, Charles, carrier.
  • Chiverall, C.J.D., schoolmaster.
  • Clayden, Charles, signalman.
  • Crosby, Mrs. Eliza.
  • Dawnay, E.H., The Hall.
  • Dawson, Allison, farm labourer.
  • Dowsland, Henry, letter carrier.
  • Elliott, Geo., The Rectory Farm, hind.
  • Ellis, William, bricklayer.
  • Ellsworth, Jno. E., farmer.Estill, George, labourer.
  • Frank, T., Dawnay Arms, innkeeper and farmer.
  • Gamble, J., farmer.
  • Hall, Robinson, hind.
  • Hall, William,Heslerton Wood, farmer.
  • Hesp, John, roadman.
  • Hesp, Thomas, labourer.
  • Hesp, William, labourer.
  • Hodgson, Mrs. Harriet.
  • Hodgson, William, grocer and shoemaker.
  • Horsley, Fk., shoemaker.Hudson, George, labourer.
  • Ianson, Charles, labourer.
  • Ianson, George, labourer.
  • Jessop, Thomas, labourer.
  • Lamb, Wm., farmer, Leng Hall.
  • Miles, Robt. Wm., farmer.
  • Milner, George, joiner and builder.
  • Milner, Richard, labourer.
  • Milner, Thomas, joiner and builder.
  • Newlove, William, shepherd.
  • Oates, Matthew, labourer.
  • Outhet, Frank, carter.
  • Pearson, Mrs.Mary.
  • Potter, Robert, labourer.
  • Richmond, Mrs.
  • Smith, George, shepherd.
  • Sparling, T.
  • Swain, James, labourer.
  • Thompson, Fredk., tailor, draper and postmaster.
  • Ventriss,---, butler.
  • Wells, William, gardener.
  • Williams, Rev. T.A., The Rectory.

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

General information:

  • Postal Address, E.R., York.
  • Parliamentary Division, Buckrose.
  • County Council, East Riding.---A.J. Cholmondeley.
  • St. Andrew's Church.---Rev. T.E. Hughes.
  • Overseers.---J. Ireland and Wm. Moll.
  • Wesleyan Chapel (Sherburn Circuit).
  • Day School (West Heslerton).
  • Nearest Post and Telegraph Office.---West Heslerton, (1 mile).
  • Post Wall Box. Dispatch 6 p.m. Delivery 8.30 a.m.
  • Railway Station.---Heslerton (York and Scarborough line), NER., 2 miles.

Miscellany of trades

  • Agar, E. Gate House.
  • Barker,---labourer.
  • Bell, William, platelayer.
  • Bielby, Thomas, labourer.
  • Campion, Thomas, Carr House, farmer.
  • Clarkson, Mrs. Margaret.
  • Cook, Harry, labourer.
  • Coverdale, Jno. A., Grange Farm, farmer.
  • Cundall, Joseph, Manor House, farmer.
  • Darley, Albert, labourer.
  • Foxton, Thomas, labourer.
  • Gott, Eli, labourer.
  • Haines, Wm.
  • Hall, Mrs.
  • Hepton, Freer, foreman.
  • Heseltine, William, shepherd.
  • Heseltine, Poad, shepherd.
  • Hughes, Rev. T.E.
  • Ireland, James, The Hollies, farmer.
  • Jackson, Robert, labourer.
  • Johnson, Walter, platelayer.
  • Metcalfe, W., labourer.
  • Moll, William, Whinmoor Build, farmer.
  • Noble, George, Gate House.
  • Pickard, Thomas.
  • Pickard, William, roadman.
  • Speck, Jonathan, labourer.
  • Stead, Watson, labourer.
  • Thomas, Richard, blacksmith.
  • Tindall, John, butcher and farmer.
  • Tindall, Thomas, farmer.
  • Turner, George, labourer.
  • Turner, James, labourer.
  • Turner, Jane, dressmaker.
  • Turner, Robert, shepherd.
  • Walker, William, labourer.
  • Ward, Mrs.
  • Williams, Jones, ropemaker.
  • Woodall, John, shopkeeper and roper.
  • Wilson,---
  • Wilson, John.

Transcribed by Pam Smith.