Arkwright was a barber, Harrison a carpenter, Brindley a millwright's apprentice.
His father was a millwright, and had brought up his son to the use of tools.
In early life Mr. Seitz had learned the trades of millwright and blacksmith, possessing much natural mechanical skill and ability.
"Love is above will," asserted the millwright, with decision.
He was a millwright, and, being of an unhappy disposition, led a troubled life.
Did not Sierra Leone need a sawmill, a millwright, and a plow?
He was brought up to the millwright business, and was well acquainted with machinery in all its extensive branches.
Then there's all the machinery to erect and the millwright work to do.
The millwright moved on, waving his stick triumphantly, and the two brothers stood still.
He learned the trade of a millwright, and in 1847 moved to North Hudson.