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by John Heywood, Deansgate and Ridgefield , Manchester; and 11 , Paternoster Buildings , London
Written in English
James I with lands at Monton, Eccles. John's father, a yeoman, died shortly after his son's birth, and his widow about Young Holker sold his patrimony in order to erect a cotton-mill, and spent two years at Manchester to acquire the necessary knowledge. He married Elizabeth, daughter of John Hilton or Hulton, a Manchester tradesman. Most manufacturers were complacent however. Lancashire cotton was pre-eminent and at the heart of Lancashire producing cloth that would encircle the globe was Blackburn. To read on further about the Distress of the Cotton Famine in Blackburn, you may download an file of the book " History of Distress in
They start their married life on Barrows Hill in Cheetham Hill, before moving to Chorlton Place on Oxford Street. In the Census he describes himself as a Cotton Manufacturer and Silk merchant. Mary Watts died in and he married Maria Smith in Next year he has moved back into the suburbs and is living at Cringle Villa in Burnage. Robert Kaufman Fabrics is a wholesale converter of quilting fabrics and textiles for manufacturers as well as a supplier to the retail, quilting, home decor, bridal, uniform, and apparel industries. Established in .
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John Kennedy (4 July – 30 October ) was a Scottish textile industrialist in Manchester. John Kennedy was born in in Knocknalling, Kirkcudbrightshire, he moved to Chowbent, near Leigh in Lancashire, to be apprenticed to William Cannan, the son of a neighbour of the training covered the manufacture of textile machinery including carding engines.
About thirty years ago one of the finest cotton mills in the country was built on Shaws Water, near Greenock; but the only thing that remains remarkable about it is a water-wheel of horse power. The wheel is said to be the largest in the world, being seventy feet in diameter.
It is composed of iron, and weighs tons. John Kennedy was born in in Knocknalling, Kirkcudbrightshire, he moved to Chowbent, near Leigh in Lancashire, to be apprenticed to William Cannan, the son of a neighbour of the training covered the manufacture of textile machinery including carding engines, jennies, and water the completion of his apprenticeship inhe moved to Manchester and.
A Cotton Manufacturer on Hours of Labor. John Fielden, although himself a Lancashire factory owner, was one of the staunchest fighters for protective legislation for the cotton worker.
His difficulties are such as today in the Southern states of the United States are commonly urged by manufacturers.
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