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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for WARMFIELD in White's Directory of 1887.

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for WARMFIELD in White's Directory of 1887.


  • Post Office at Mrs. Elizabeth Sykes's, Heath. Letters arrive at 7.0 a.m. and are despatched at 6.15 p.m., via Wakefield. The nearest Money Order Office is at Belle Vue, Sandal.


  • Alderson Rev. Wm. Thompson, Heath
  • Beaumont Mr. George, Heath
  • Brighton Geo., carting agent, Warmfield
  • Burnley Henry, farmer, Agbrigg Farm
  • Calam John (J. & R.); h Heath
  • Calam J. & R., nurserymen, seedsmen and florists, Heath Nurseries & Boro' market, Wakefield
  • Calam Robert (J. & R.);h Heath
  • Cawthorn Jas., victualler, Plough, Warmfield
  • Cawthorn Henry, butcher, Warmfield
  • Chapman Edwin, shopkeeper, Warmfield
  • Dixon Edward, master of National School, Heath
  • Dunwell Mrs. Elizabeth, Heath
  • Durrans William, boat owner and horse slaughterer, Agbrigg
  • Falkingham Miss Annie, assistant mistress, National School, Heath
  • Faux John, carpenter and parish clerk, Heath
  • Feather Edwin, greengrocer, Warmfield
  • Featon John, farmer, Warmfield
  • Featon Mark, farmer, Warmfield
  • Fisher Geo., victualler, Pine Apple, Warmfield
  • Fleming John Priestley, victualler, Jolly Sailor, Agbrigg
  • Glover William, lockkeeper, Agbrigg
  • Green Sir Edward, J.P., and M.P., Heath Old Hall, Heath
  • Hemmingway Mrs. Mary, Heath
  • Hemmingway Thomas, farmer, and victualler, King's Arms, Heath
  • Holliday Thomas, colliery manager, Goose Hill, Warmfield
  • Horncastle Edward, stone mason and victualler, Horse and Groom, Heath
  • Illingworth Benjamin, foreman, Heath
  • Illingworth Mark, boat hauler, Agbrigg
  • Illingworth Rd., boat builder, Agbrigg
  • Ingram John, land agent for Colonel Smyth
  • Kendell Daniel Burton, Esq., J.P., Heath House
  • Kershaw John, relieving offier and registrar of births and deaths for the Sandal sub-district, Kirkthorpe
  • Lancaster Thomas, blacksmith, Heath
  • Leatham Mr. John Fowler,, Heath
  • Leatham Samuel G., Esq., J.P. Heath
  • Lipscombe William, steward for Mr. Savile, Heath
  • Mackie Col, Edward Alex., J.P., Heath
  • Milner Stephen, boat owner, Agbrigg
  • Morton Mrs. Eliza, Heath
  • Musgrive George, farmer, Warmfield
  • Newsome Frederick, brewer's traveller, Heath
  • Parker Rev. A.H.M., B.A., curate of Warmfield; h Sharlston
  • Parker Charles, wheelwright and blacksmith, Warmfield
  • Shaw John, farmer, Warmfield
  • Shawforth Robert, farmer, Warmfield
  • Stokes Rev. Charles Albert, vicar of Warmfield-cum-Heath, The Vicarage, Kirkthorpe
  • Sykes Mrs. Elizabeth, postmistress of Warmfield;h Heath
  • Tasker Henry, boat builder, Agbrigg
  • Whitaker Joseph, shopkeeper, Heath
  • Willoughby Samuel, farmer
  • Woffinden Jph., shopkeeper, Heath
  • Woodhead Martin, shopkeeper and wheelwright, Agbrigg
  • Wormall Miss Catherine, mistress of National School, Warmfield


  • The nearest railway stations are at Walton and Normanton.

Transcribed by Eileen Kirkham, ©2001