1 edition of First Crompton family mill founded in Lancashire in 1823. found in the catalog.
First Crompton family mill founded in Lancashire in 1823.
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Stoneclough Mill, founded by Ralph Crompton, becoming Robert Fletcher and Son in , Robert Fletcher himself living from - Later industry includes a coal fired power station. The power station was closed, and demolished on May 12th George Crompton, b. in Holcombe, Lancashire, Engl, Ma , m. in Hartford, Ct., Jan. 9, , Mary Christina Pratt, and res. , in Worcester, has made improvements from year to year on the invention of his father, the Crompton Loom, which he manufactures on an extensive scale, shipping his looms to all parts of the
Richmal Crompton was born on 15th November at number Manchester Rd, Bury. The name Richmal is derived from the names Richard and Mary and has been in the family since the early s. Richmal’s father, Edward Lamburn, took up his first full-time teaching post at Bury Grammar school in The Crompton Family of Paper Manufacturers had also taken up residency in Danesmoor/Helensholme below. The Wrigley family had excelled during ownership of the Bridge Hall Mill (at Heap near Heywood).'Owd Jimmy' took over the Mills from the Crompton familiy in His son Thomas convinced the railways to extend past the Mills.
Shaw and Crompton is a town and civil parish within the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham, in Greater Manchester, England.  It lies on the River Beal at the foothills of the South Pennines, miles ( km) north of Oldham, miles ( km) southeast of Rochdale, and miles (14 km) to the northeast of the city of is regularly referred to as Shaw. Finally, on the death of the head of the family in most of the lands in north Lancashire were inherited by his two daughters and, on their marriages, passed out of the hands of the Heton family. However, two generations earlier in , a younger son had been granted the manor of Heton-under-Horwich in south Lancashire by the Baron of.
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Crompton Hall, perhaps at first so called from its tenants under the Abbey of Cockersand, was in owned by William Richardson, and in and later by Hugh Yannes; Shaw, op. cit, Hugh Yannes of Crompton Hall died in orhaving made a settlement in Parish registers for East Crompton, Microfilm of original records formerly held at the Manchester Archives Central Library in Manchester, England.
East Crompton was a chapelry in Crompton township, Prestwich parish. It became an ecclesiastical parish in. Shaw and Crompton is a town and civil parish within the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham, in Greater Manchester, England.
It lies on the River Beal at the foothills of the South Pennines, miles ( km) north of Oldham, miles ( km) southeast of Rochdale, and miles (14 km) to the northeast of the city of is regularly referred to as y: England. History. The area has seen several uses as an industrial site, at Moses Gate, one of the earliest paper mills in Lancashire was built by the Crompton family in Farnworth.
The site at Farnworth was influential in the manufacture and the development of papermaking, the first work being started by Robert Crompton (–).Crompton was the first in a line of men of on: Moses Gate, Farnworth, England.
CROMPTON, a township and a sub-district in Oldham district, Lancashire. The township is in Prestwich parish, and within Oldham borough; lies near the Oldham and the Rochdale railways, 3 miles N of Oldham; contains the villages of High-Crompton, Cowlishall, and Shaw, the last of which has a post office under Oldham; and is divided into the chapelries of East Crompton and Shaw.
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Thomas Beardsworth Crompton was born on October 2in Bolton, Lancashire, England, to William Crompton and Ellen Crompton. Thomas married Mary Jane Crompton on March 16at age 21 in Portland, Victoria Australia. knives, scrapers, arrowheads and spear tips found at c m above sea level and covered with a layer of peat up to 3m thick.
SD Crompton Hall (site of) - first mentioned in Crompton Hall (it is not known if this was the same hall, or the same location of. Genealogy for John Crompton ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
Crompton, Lancashire, England. Birth of Richard Crompton. Prestwich, Lancashire, England. Inthe surviving partner, Joseph Walmsley, was employing 23 hands at the mill, and the whole undertaking came into the sole possession of the Walmsley family. In the family retired from business and sold the Grimshaw Bridge plant, but the Walmsley family name is still well remembered in placenames throughout Lancashire.
Rivington Hall is a Grade II* listed building in Rivington, Lancashire, was the manor house for the Lords of the Manor of hall is of various builds as successor to a 15th-century timber-framed courtyard house that was built near to the present building of which no trace remains.
It is a private residence. The Cromptons of Crompton Hall, Oldham, since the 13th century were owners of A & A Crompton mill, Oldham in the 19th century. The Milnes were of Park House and the Lees had lived at Clarksfield Hall, near Oldham, since the time of James I.
Lees family background. John Lees () had a son, James Lees (). Samuel Crompton, - Samuel Crompton Samuel Crompton was born inat birth place, to John Crompton. John was born circain Over Hulton, Bolton, England.
Stoneclough Mill, founded by Ralph Crompton, becoming Robert Fletcher and Son inRobert Fletcher himself living from - Later industry includes a coal fired power station. Kearsley Power station was built in the late 's, water for cooling taken from the Irwell.
A NEW nursery and creche is set to be installed in a landmark location in Bury. Bosses at Welcome Nursery have confirmed the former post office building in Crompton Street will become their seventh location shortly. Company director Linda Cuddy says the development - which has been registed as.
Early life. George Crompton was born at Holcombe, Tottington, Lancashire, England on Ma to William Crompton and Sarah Low. The Crompton family immigrated to the United States in when George was nine and lived in Taunton, early in his life, multiple sources cite Crompton's uncanny mechanical ability and problem-solving prowess.
A TOWN centre shopping centre is getting in on the Christmas celebrations by offering a range of events for families. As the boys and girls of Bolton have been so good this year, Crompton Place will be offering visitors the chance to see top films for free, as well as throwing a special Christmas party complete with magic shows.
The much-loved cinema Festive Flicks is returning this Saturday. The surname Bannister was first found in Lancashire, at Walton-le-Dale, a township and chapelry, in the parish, and Lower division of the hundred, of Blackburn, union of Preston.
"The manor was granted by the first Henry de Lacy, probably aboutto Robert Banastre, from whose family it passed in marriage to the Langtons.". on 28th December The first meeting of Crompton UDC was 7th January While the Local Board maintained roads and cared for the poor, the UDC provided a wider range of services both under its own power and in co-operation with Lancashire County Council.
It maintained the Town Hall, library, baths, parks, market, cemetery. On 29 May a page document, Henthorn: A Study of a Lancashire Family was published by British researcher, P.
(Peter) Rathbone. The copy of the work, found at the Latter-day Saints Library in Salt Lake, UT, only identified the author as, P. Rathbone. 11 - Henry FIELDING Born - / Crompton, Lancashire, England Died - 17 Jun. Thomas was born in 13 Sep in Blackley, Lancashire, England. He was the son of John Jackson and Susannah Grundy.
He married Alice Crompton on 14 Aug in Manchester, Lancashire, England. They had seven children in Lancashire, two were twins, Ephram and Mary Ann born 24 Feb and passed away 26 May and 2 Novrespectively.THOMAS JACKSON was born Septem at Blackley, Lancashire, England, the son of John Jackson and Susannah Grundy.
He Married Alice Crompton. On January 9, after he and his family joined the Mormon Church, he sailed on the Ship Neva from Liverpool, England for America. After reaching Utah, he worked hard.They were married 16 February by license at St.
Mary's in Manchester. Article covers the years - in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, and in the parish of Cheadle, Straffordshire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #2 Aprilpg Family .