Wetwang Parish, Directory of Trades and Professions for 1892


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

  • Postal address, Wetwang, York.

    Mails arrive at 8-50 a.m., and are despatched at 6-35 p.m. Nearest Money Order Office, Sledmere. Nearest Telegraph Office, Driffield; John Bullock, postmaster.
Miscellany of trades
  • Agar Herbert, grocer
  • Agar Thomas, grocer and farmer
  • Agar William, blacksmith
  • Beckett John, butcher
  • Blowman William, tailor
  • Bullock John, boot and shoemaker, and dealer
  • Buttle Charles, blacksmith
  • Cole Rev. Edward Maule, M.A., vicar
  • Ewbank William, joiner and wheelwright
  • Hardy Frank, butcher
  • Hodge John, saddler
  • Horsley Mr. Richard, Rocklands
  • Huggins William, bricklayer and grocer
  • Lakin William Waltham, vict., Black Swan
  • Monkman George, tailor and draper
  • Oxtoby Abraham, joiner
  • Parsons William James, schoolmaster
  • Prince John, vict., Rose and Crown
  • Sanderson James, tailor
  • Sorginson Charles, grocer
  • Trowsdale Jarvis William, stationmaster
  • Wheatcroft Samuel, miller
  • Wiles Jesseman, grocer
  • Wilson John, bootmaker and dealer

  • Abram George, Field house
  • Becket Robert (and cattle dealer)
  • Byass John
  • Byass William, Wallnut farm
  • Carr Thomas (yeoman), Rose cottage
  • Elgey John, Thornhill, Holmfield; h Kilnwick Percy
  • Ewbank George, Manor house
  • Fisher Thomas, Wetwang grange
  • Hopper Mrs. Mary Ann, Wood's farm
  • Leaper Mark, Glebe farm
  • Paul Thomas
  • Paul William (yeoman)
  • Petch Richard
  • Sowersby Richard
  • Waites John
  • Walker John (yeoman)
  • Wilberfoss Thomas (the late), Wetwang house

  • Agar Thomas, to Driffield, Monday, Thursday, and Saturday
  • Oxtoby Wm., to Driffield, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday (and grocer)
  • Serginson Charles, to Driffield, Thursday
  • Wiles Jesseman. to Driffield, Thursday

  • Postal address, Fimber, York.

    Mails arrive at 8-10 a m., and are despatched at 6-40 p.m. Wall Letter Box at Station cleared at 6-40 p.m. Nearest Money Order Office, Sledmere. Nearest Telegraph Office for forwarding messages, Fimber Station; and for receiving messages, Driffield.
Miscellany of trades
  • Broadley William, Welburn, shoemaker
  • Easingwood William, gardener
  • Gofton Mrs. James, grocer
  • Julian William, tailor
  • Mortimer Robert, cornfactor
  • Trowsdale George, stationmaster
  • Walker Miss, schoolmistress

  • Beal Nathan
  • Cooper Baker
  • Farthing Thomas, Gameslack
  • Horsley Harry Garton, Fimber field
  • Horsley Thomas, Elm Tree farm
  • Taylor Horsley
  • Taylor and Cook, West Field house

  • Rudd Thomas, to Driffield, Thursday; Malton, Saturday (and grocer)

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