EAST RIDING of YORKSHIRE
Trades & professions, by Parish.


Occurrences of the Hogarth name and its variants, which appear in the following publications and sundry other sources, as noted:

1823 - Baines's Directory - "professions and trades".
1840 - White's Directory - "professions and trades".
1890 - Bulmer's History & Directory - the North Riding of Yorkshire
1892 - Bulmer's History & Directory - the North Riding of Yorkshire
1905 - The Scarborough Gazette Directory


The data below is used by the kind permission of Colin Hinson, who compiled and transcribed the original material for his excellent 'ERY Parishes' webpages, which may be found at:

http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/ERY/

whence, after an exhaustive search, all of these entries were extracted:


BEVERLEY - White's 1840
Boot and Shoe Makers
Hoggard Henry, Keldgate

BEVERLEY - Bulmer's 1892
Cowkeepers and Milksellers
Hoggard W., Keldgate

BRIDLINGTON - Pigot's 1834
Butchers
Hoggarth Anthony, Flamborough

BRIDLINGTON - Bulmer's 1892
BRIDLINGTON AND QUAY FIRE BRIGADE (VOLUNTEER)
Captain - Wm. Hoggard, St. Anne's terrace, Hilderthorpe
Tailors
Hoggard Fredk., South Back lane

HILDERTHORPE TOWNSHIP
Miscellany of trades
Hoggard Miss Elizabeth, lodgings, 9 St. Anne's terrace, Nelson street

BRIDLINGTON - Memorial Plaque transcription:
The following information is on a large plaque inside Priory (St. Mary's) church.

TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND MEMORY OF
THE MEN OF BRIDLINGTON
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR COUNTRY
DURING THE GREAT WAR 1914-1919
"GREATER LOVE HATH NO MAN THAN THIS,
THAT A MAN LAY DOWN HIS LIFE FOR HIS FRIENDS"
Pte. A.H. HOGARTH
Drv. H. HOGGARD

ROLL OF HONOUR 1914 -1918
LAND FORCES
HOGARTH A E
HOGGARD H

ROLL OF HONOUR 1939 - 1945
HOGARTH K H
HOGGARD T C

BURTON AGNES - Bulmer's 1892
Farmers
Haggitt John, Church farm

BURTON AGNES - Roll of Honour transcription:

PARISH OF BURTON AGNES with HARPHAM
ROLL OF SERVICE
NAMES OF THE MEN FROM THIS PLACE
WHO SERVED IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-18
F.HOGGARD, RFA.

BURYTHORPE - Bulmer's 1892
Miscellany of trades
Hoggard Mrs. Jane, vict., Bay Horse
Hoggard John. joiner

FILEY - Bulmer's 1892
Laundries
Hoggarth Mrs. Mary Jane, Queen street

FILEY - The Scarborough Gazette Directory 1905
Queen Street:
NORTH SIDE:
1 Hoggarth, Mrs., nurse

FLAMBOROUGH - Baines' Directory 1823
Butchers
Hogarth Anthony

FOLKTON - The Scarborough Gazette Directory 1905
Miscellany of trades
Hoggart, George, farmer, Rectory Farm

FLIXTON - The Scarborough Gazette Directory 1905
Parish Council (Flixton and Folkton).--- Chairman W.K. Triffitt, Geo. Hoggarth, Jno. Welborn, Jno. Temple, Moses Found, Wm. Richardson, B. Wintringham, Francis Birdsall and Thomas Mook. Clerk---A.W. Steels.

GREAT DRIFFIELD - Pigot's Directory 1834
Inns and Public Houses
Star, Wm. Hoggarth, Bridlington st.

GREAT DRIFFIELD - White's 1840
Inns & Taverns
Star, Wm Hoggarth, New road

HULL - Pigot's 1834
Shopkeepers & Dealers in Groceries & Sundries
Hoggard John, 25 Waterhouse lane

HULL - White's 1840
Grocers & tea dealers, (See also shopkeepers and tea dlrs),
Hoggard John, 25 Waterhouse lane

HULL - Bulmer's Gazetteer 1892
Hogarth John Henry, deputy supt. (Mercantile Marine office); h 43 Louis street
Hoggard George Rayner, milk dealer, 93 Spring st.
Hoggard John, blacksmith, la and 6 Davis st.
Hoggarth Philip, tailor, 53 Cave street

HUNMANBY - Pigot's 1834
Tailors
Hoggard John, Filey

HUNMANBY - Bulmer's 1892
Miscellany of trades
Hoggarth William, carter, Stonegate

HUNMANBY - The Scarborough Gazette Directory 1905
Miscellany of trades
Hoggarth, Geo., publican, Railway Tavern, Sand Lane
Hoggarth, J., tailor and newsagent, Bridlington Street

KILHAM - Bulmer's 1892
Miscellany of trades
Hoggarth John William, tailor
Hoggarth Thomas, bricklayer

LANGTON - Bulmer's 1892
Miscellany of trades
Hoggard Henry, joiner

NAFFERTON - Bulmer's 1892
Miscellany of trades
Hoggarth Mrs. Annie, dressmaker

NORTH DALTON - Bulmer's 1892
Farmers
Hoggard Henry (bailiff) South Grange farm

OTTRINGHAM - Bulmer's 1892
Farmers
Haggitt Rt., Webster's and North End farms

ROOS - Baines's 1823
Butchers
Hoggit James

ROOS - Parish Register 1672
Thomas Fenby & Anne Hoggard were married the twelfth day of November

The extract above was taken from Page 92 of a transcription of the "Register for the Parish of All Saints, Roos, Holderness, East Riding of York, Vol.1" by Richard Beverley Machell, M. A., published by A. Brown & Sons, Saville Street, Hull, in 1888.  It was scanned and supplied to GENUKI by Beryl Thompson..  Notes relating to the source information may be found here: http://www.pcug.org.au/~bthompso/roos/readme.htm

Source: http://www.pcug.org.au/~bthompso/roos/p86-111.txt

SWANLAND (North Ferriby) - Baines's 1823
Tailors
Hoggard Christr.

THWING - The Scarborough Gazette Directory 1905.
Miscellany of trades
Hoggarth, H., tailor

WESTOW - Bulmer's 1892
WESTOW TOWNSHIP
Miscellany of trades
Hoggard Thos., vict. and joiner, Blacksmiths' Arms

WILBERFOSS - Bulmer's 1892
Miscellany of trades
Hoggard Thomas, shoemaker
Hoggard William, grocer
 


This out of copyright material was transcribed by Colin Hinson, who has provided the transcription to the UK & Ireland Genealogical Information Service on condition that any further copying and distribution of the transcription is allowed only for noncommercial purposes, and includes this statement in its entirety. Any references to, or quotations from, this material should give credit to the original author(s) or editors.

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