Sedbergh Directory of Trades and Professions for 1822


Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for SEDBERGH in Baines's Directory and Gazetteer Directory of 1822.


  • Post Master, William Speight. Post Office at the Butt and Dog Inn.
  • Letters to Kendal every Mon. Wed. Thur. and Sat. 7 morn, return 5. even.


Miscellany of trades

  • Airey William, joiner and carpenter
  • Atkinson Mrs. Alice, gentlewoman
  • Atkinson Ann, straw bat maker
  • Batson Agnes, saddler & grocer
  • Batty Brian surgeon
  • Bell Hannah, bread baker
  • Blackey Reuben, chair maker
  • Bowstead Margaret, vict. Three Tuns
  • Buck Margaret, straw hat maker
  • Burnskill Wm. plumber & glazier
  • Burrow John, nail maker
  • Butterworth Robert, grocer, linen draper & schoolmaster
  • Carlisle John, farrier & cow doctor
  • Carter William, tailor
  • Chapman Leonard, grocer & draper
  • Cowper John, grocer & linen draper
  • Davies James, gentleman
  • Dent Thomas, gardener & seedsman
  • Dixon Wm. boot & shoemaker
  • Dodgson John, joiner & carpenter
  • Ellis William, bacon factor
  • Fawcett John, gentleman
  • Foster George, hosier
  • Garlick Jane, grocer, linen draper
  • Garlick Thos. grocer & linen draper
  • Gibson James, wheelwright
  • Greenbank Thomas, stone & marble mason
  • Handley Joseph, grocer & draper
  • Handley, Thomas, grocer, draper, & ironmonger
  • Harrison John, bat manufacturer
  • Harrison Wm. butcher
  • Hebblethwaite James, maltster
  • Hornby Mary, baker & earthenware dealer
  • Huck Miles, vict. Joiner's Arms
  • Hutchinson William, clock & watch maker
  • Jackson Thomas vict. King's Arms, (post chaise) excise office
  • Joel Robert, tailor
  • Kennady David, tailor
  • King John, hat manufacturer
  • Kirkby George boot & shoemaker
  • Leighton John, blacksmith
  • Leighton Matthew, grocer & linen draper
  • Leighton Miles, sen. blacksmith
  • Leighton Miles, jun. boot & shoemaker
  • Leighton Robert, blacksmith
  • Messenger Thomas, surgeon
  • Moister & Allison, stone masons
  • Moister Robert, grocer & draper
  • Nicholson William, taller
  • Nowell Abraham, butcher and victualler, Golden Lion'
  • Palmer solicitor Thornes hall
  • Parker Edward, grocer, &c.
  • Pearson Henry, boot & shoemaker
  • Penny William, wheelwright
  • Rennison Robert, cooper
  • Richardson Joshua, boot & shoemkr.
  • Sconce Dorothy, gentlewoman
  • Sill Mary linen draper
  • Speight William, victualler, Bull & Dog, (Post office)
  • Suart James, gentleman, Moss house
  • Taylor George, plumber, glazier, and painter
  • Taylor Jeffrey, butcher
  • Taylor Margaret, vict. Old Black Bull
  • Taylor Peter, cotton Spinner
  • Upton John & Son, cotton spinners
  • Upton John, Esq. Ingmire hall
  • Warriner Elizabeth, linen draper
  • Whitwell John, auctioneer, druggist, & sheriff's officer
  • Whitwell Thomas, hair dresser
  • Whitwell Wm. boot & shoemaker
  • Wilkinson Rev. Henry, M. A. master of grammar school
  • Wilkinson Leonard, butcher
  • Wilkinson Wm. R. gentleman
  • Wilson James blacksmith
  • Winster Richard, gentleman
  • Yeats Rev. Edward, M. A. curate, Vicarage.


From the King's Arms,

  • The LORD EXMOUTH Post Coach every morning to Newcastle, at half-past 7; to Lancaster, at a quarter past 4 evening.

From the Old Black Bull,

  • The OLD LORD Exmouth to Newcastle every Mon. Wed. Fri. and Sat. at 8 morning; to Lancaster at 5 evening.


  • John Benson to Kendall, Wednesday, and Saturday, depart at 4 morning, return 7 evening; to Hawes Tuesday and Friday, depart 3 morning, return 8 evening.
  • John Garnett to Kendal, Tue. Thur. and Saturday, depart half past morning, return 9 evening.
  • Leonard Chapman to Lancaster, Fri. d. 2. morn. r. Sat. 10 even.
  • Thomas Garlick to Kendal, every Saturday 5 morning, return 7 evening; to Kirby-Stephen every Monday, depart 4 morning, return 7 evening.

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for CAUTLEY in Baines's Directory and Gazetteer Directory of 1822.

Gentry &c.:

  • Croxton Arthur, gentleman
  • Dobson Thos. corn miller, Brunt mills
  • Dover Joseph, woollen manufacturer
  • Fawcett Thomas, quarry owner
  • Gibson Thomas, butter factor
  • Hird Thomas, butter factor
  • Metcalfe Richard, vict. Cross Keys
  • Tatham John, coal dealer

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for DENT in Baines's Directory and Gazetteer Directory of 1822.

Miscellany of trades

  • Askew Christopher, blacksmith
  • Atkinson John, wheelwright
  • Bannister Dawson, worsted and stocking yarn manufacturer
  • Bateman John, stone mason
  • Batty Rev. James, minister of Independent chapel
  • Batty Richard, vict. White Hart
  • Batty Thomas, boot and shoe maker
  • Baynes James, grocer
  • Bradley John & Timothy, corn millers
  • Breckle John gentleman
  • Dane Richard, slate dealer
  • Dawson Rev. James, master of grammar school
  • Dixon John, blacksmith
  • Fawcett Thomas, Esq. solicitor
  • Garnett John, butcher
  • Greenbank Joseph, chair maker
  • Greenbank Wm. boot & shoemaker
  • Hardacre Adam, grocer, draper, and ironmonger
  • Haygarth Alice, vict. Sun Inn
  • Haygarth Matthew, grocer
  • Hodgson Henry, gentleman
  • Mason Henry, gentleman
  • Metcalfe George, tailor
  • Middlebrook Christopher, hosier
  • Middlebrook Matthew, worsted stocking manufacturer
  • Middleton Thos. boot & shoe maker
  • Morland John, vict. Sportsman
  • Parrington Thos. vict. King's Arms
  • Sedgwick Edmund, cattle dealer
  • Sedgwick Rev. Richd. perpetual curate
  • Still Mrs. Ann, West house
  • Tattersall Richard, grocer and draper
  • Taylforth Miles, grocer, draper, and ironmonger
  • Thistlewaite William, cooper
  • Whitehead Thomas, hat mfr. and vict. George and Dragon


  • Parrington Rd. to Kendall, on Fri. at 10 mg
  • Parrington Wm. to Lancaster, on Fri. at 1 mg.
  • Wilkinson Christopher, to Manchester, on Tu. at 10 morning.

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for GARSDALE in Baines's Directory and Gazetteer Directory of 1822.

Gentry &c.:

  • Head Rev. Thomas, curate

Miscellany of trades

  • Atkinson John, coal dealer
  • Atkinson Wm. joiner
  • Blayds James, under master
  • Blayds Rev. T. head master
  • Clemey Arthur, grocer
  • Dawson Robert, cattle dealer
  • Handley Wm. clock & watch maker
  • Haygarth James, second under master
  • Leighton John, vict. Garsdale Hole
  • Mason George, lime burner
  • Metcalfe Richard, quarry owner
  • Metcalfe Wm. quarry owner
  • Udale Joseph, wheelwright
  • Udale R. and W. blacksmiths
  • Wine John, coal dealer

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for HOWGILL in Baines's Directory and Gazetteer Directory of 1822.

Miscellany of trades

  • Harrison James, woolstapler
  • Hird James, cotton dealer
  • Hird Thomas, bacon factor
  • Sedgwick Rev. John, perpetual curate
  • Wilkinson Anthony, Esq.
  • Wolfenden Charles, Grammar school

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003