Friday, 23 September 2011

George SMIDDY, Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades" for SKIPSEA in Post Office Directory of 1857.

Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades"
for SKIPSEA in Post Office Directory of 1857.


Private Residents:

Rev George Osbald Brown curate
Mrs Elizabeth Cooper Hunmanby
Rev Charles Cory vicar
Miss Crooke
Mrs Mary Hornby

Commercial:

Thomas Allman tailor
John Bainbridge shoemaker
Drinkrow Baron Hare and Hounds
Robert Brown master of National school and parish clerk
Ralph Baron farmer and owner Cliff House
David Burdon postmaster
William Cammidge bricklayer
John Coates shopkeeper
George Colley bricklayer
George Cooper farmer
William Dunn Crooke farmer
George Foster omnibus proprietor and shopkeeper
Jonathan Foster farmer
William Foster farmer and brick and tile maker Southfield
Barnard Frankish butcher
Thomas Goforth tailor
Thomas Hall carrier
William Hall blacksmith
William Harrison joiner
Robert Holder beer retailer
William Hornby farmer Skipsea hill
Dalton Lamplough farmer Clayton hill
Jeremiah Lamplough farmer
Miss Ruth Morley mistress of National school
Richard Ombler farmer
_ Pring master of Wesleyan school
Thomas Purdon shoemaker
John Reaston miller

George SMIDDY, farmer
 
James Stork farmer
Thomas Suddaby farmer Skipsea hill
William Woodhead joiner

Post:

David Burdon. Letters through Hull

Omnibuses:

Driffield Green's from Hornsea, passes through on Thursday about half past 11am.
Burlington Coate's from Atwick passes through on Saturday at half past 11am.

Carrier:

Thomas Hall to Hull Tuesday, Burlington Saturday and Wednesday