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Burton Parish Directory in 1866


Post Office, Mr. Thos. Rawllinshaw, postmaster. Letters arrive per rail from the South at 6-32 A.M., and are dispatched at 6-15 P.M., arrive from the North at 6-46 A.M., and are dispatched at 6-0 P.M.

Marked [1], reside at Clawthorp.

Abbotson, Robert, surgeon.
Armstrong, Mrs.
Atkinson, Mrs. Sarah, Burton House.
Backhouse, John, gent. Hilderstone, Yealand.
Briggs,Christiana, vict. GreenDragon.
Briggs, Edward, grocer.
Briggs, Thomas, batcher.
Bournie, Jessy, schoolmistress.
Bowman, Wm. boot & shoemaker.
Briscow, Geo. gent.
Burrow, Henry, shopkeeper.
Carter, Wm. schoolmaster.
Carden, Jph. gent. Mansion house.
Clark, James, shoemaker.
Clough, Mrs. Betty.
Cragg, Ed. vict. Royal Oak.
Cragg, Edward, shopkeeper.
Dawson, Thos. wharfinger.
Dickinson, Hannah, draper.
Fearenside, John, solicitor.
Garth, Mrs. Mercy.
Gray, Miss Alice.
Hebblethwaite, John, vict. Blue bell.
Hodgson, Robt. vict. King's Arms, and posting house.
Howe, Rd. painter, plumber,gilder, and artist.
Hunter, John, saddler.
Ireland, Edward, shopkeeper.
Jackson, Wm. boot and shoemaker.
Jackson, John, grocer and nailor.
Jarman, James, joiner.
Jones, Jacob, plumber,
Kelly, Mrgt. vict. Cross Keys
Lewthwaite, Thos. tanner.
Mason, Dorothy, shopkeeper.
M'Lane, David, P. surgeon.
Morland, John, blacksmith.
Morland, George, blacksmith
Moorwood, Rev. Robt. vicar.
Pilcher, Miss Margaret.
Rawllinshaw, Thos. grocer & druggist.
Reader, Mrs. Elizabeth.
Robinson, James, shopkeeper
Simpson, Mary and Hannah, bonnet makers.
Taylor, Wm. gent. Burton h.
Thompson, Nancy, bread bkr.
Turner, Jane, shopkeeper.
Walling, Parker, tollgate kpr.
Wilkinson, Robt. beer house.
Wilson, John, tailor & draper
Wilson, John, shopkeeper

Armer, John, Stephen green.
[1] Atkinson, Mary, Clawthorp hall.
[1] Clark, Rd. Oak wood.
[1] Cornthwaite, John.
[1] Garnett, Jno. Sandy gap.
Hogarth, Thos. (and carrier).
[1] Morris, John.
Mount, John, Barker house.
Proctor, Edward Rolland, & veterinary surgeon, New mill.

Thomas Hogarth, to Kendal Saturdays, and Lancaster, Wednesdays.
Jno. Robinson, to Kendal, Fridays, and Lancaster, Saturdays.

Omnibus from the Railway Station daily to Kirkby-Lonsdale.

DALTON TOWNSHIP. (In Lancashire)

Cock, John, miller. Coat green mill.
Hornby, Edmd. Esq. Dalton hall.

Beck, Jno. Low Henridding.
Carr, Agnes, Dalton hall.
Garth, John, Dearslet.
Jackson, Richard.
Johnson, Robt. Care holme.
Mattinson, John,Craig house.
Middleborongh, Margaret.
Robinson, Matt, Henridding.
Stephenson, Thos. Crow trees.
Wilson, James.

[Taken from Mannex P: Topography and Directory of North and South Lonsdale, Amourderness, Leyland (includes Hawkshead and Cartmel) dated 1866]

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