1) Found in a by-name and minor place-name. The meaning is not certain although dishes were being ‘turned’ in Sowerby at that time.
1331 John le Dishbinder, Sowerby
1339 William Disshebinder, Sowerby. Smith suggested that the Halifax field-name Dyshbyndersherde, noted in 1439, was ‘one who repairs dishes’, although the suffix might be 'earth', 'yard' or even 'shard'..