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

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Post,

  • 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.

ALPHABETICAL LISTING

  • 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

Railway,

  • The nearest railway stations are at Walton and Normanton.

Transcribed by Eileen Kirkham, ©2001