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