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Lichfield Holden's Annual Directory 1811
 

Lichfield, or Litchfield, Staffordshire. A city situated on a small river, which runs into the Trent, about three miles from the town, 18 miles N. W. of Coventry, and 119 miles N. W. from London. It is governed by two bailiffs, a recorder, burgesses, Ec, and sends two members to parliament, Markets on Tuesdays and Fridays., Fairs, Shrove-Tuesday and Ash-Wednesday, for cattle, sheep, bacon, cheese and iron; May 12th, for cattle, first Tuesday in November for geese and cheese. Long. 1.49.W Lat 52.42.N.

 
BANNISTER Wm
BOND William
BROWN Thomas
BUDD John
CHINN Henry Esq.
DARWIN Dr. Sacheverel
DEAKIN John
DODSON George
DUNN Thomas
DYOTT J.P.
EBORALL Samuel
GILL William
GREENE Webb Thomas’
HEWITT Charles
HILL John
HINCKLEY Thomas Esq.
JONES Dr. Trevor
LOMAX T. G.
MARSHALL Joseph
MELLOR S. S.
MORGAN William
MORGAN T. T.
MOTT William Esq.
PARR T. G.
POTTER Joseph
PURDEN Francis
RUTTER Thomas
SALT and MORGAN
SCOTT B. J.
SHERRATT John
SIMPSON Steven
SMITH Joseph
SNAPE William
STRIPLING Thomas
WALTON Thomas
WARD Henry
WEBB John
WHITE Thomas Esq.
WOOLLEY Francis
WRIGHT Richard
YORK Joseph
clockmaker and jeweller
solicitor
grocer
grocer
proctor
M.D.
(executors) druggist and grocer
wine and liquor merchant
Swan Inn
solicitor
mercer and draper
solicitor
surgeon
wine and liquor merchant
mercer and draper
solicitor
M.D.
printer and bookseller
mercer and draper
surgeon
printer and bookseller
horse-cloth manufacturer
proctor
solicitor
architect
sadler and harness-maker
brazier and ironmonger
surgeons
banker
tallow-chandler and grocer
solicitor
mercer and draper
mercer and draper
clockmaker and jeweller
druggist and grocer
wine and liquor merchant
George Inn
proctor
tallow-chandler
surgeon
brazier and ironmonger