A Survey of English Bynames: Cartwright

by Mari ingen Briain meic Donnchada (Kathleen M. O'Brien)

© 2002-2012 by Kathleen M. O'Brien. All rights reserved.
Version 1.3, updated 24 June 2012

"OE crœt or ON kartr 'cart' and wyrhta 'wright', a maker of carts" (Reaney & Wilson, p. 58 s.n. Bowrick)
"Occup. 'the cartwright,' a maker of carts; cf. Wainwright." (Bardsley, p. 163 s.n. Cartwright)
NameAdditional DescriptionDateSource
JohnleCartwereste 1275Reaney & Wilson (p. 85 s.n. Cartwright)
RichardtheCartwrytte 1290Reaney & Wilson (p. 85 s.n. Cartwright)
WilliamleCartewryght 13th CReaney & Wilson (p. 85 s.n. Cartwright)
Johannes Toppe, cartwryght1379Bardsley (p. 163 s.n. Cartwright)
Magota Cartwryght 1379Bardsley (p. 163 s.n. Cartwright)
Henricus Wryght, catewryght (sic)1379Bardsley (p. 163 s.n. Cartwright)
Johannes Warde, cartwright1379Bardsley (p. 163 s.n. Cartwright)
Johannes Percivale, cartwryght1379Bardsley (p. 163 s.n. Cartwright)
Geoffrey Cartewirght 1379Bardsley (p. 163 s.n. Cartwright)
Alan Cartwright 1424York Bridgemasters' Accounts (Ouse Bridge, 1, p. 131)
Richard Cartewrighte 1572-3Bardsley (p. 163 s.n. Cartwright)
Anne Cartwright 1602Bardsley (p. 163 s.n. Cartwright)

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