Papers of the Fielden Brothers, 1811-1906

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John Rylands University Library of Manchester , Manchester
Fielden Brothers Lim
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The Physical Object
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Fielden Brothers Papers.

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Date range: Number of items: A collection of papers of the Todmorden cotton-spinning firm of Fielden Brothers and of John Fielden MP ().

The collection consists of several groups of papers, mainly concerned with the nineteenth century firm and the career of John Fielden MP. Firstly there is a large amount of material concerning Fielden Brothers, acquired in This includes financial papers relating both to the mills and trade in Liverpool, Manchester and abroad, correspondence between the brothers and their families.

Fielden Brothers Ltd, cotton spinners and manufacturers This page summarises records created by this Business The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.

The Fielden family had been engaged in the worsted textile trade for generations prior to Joshua Fielden changing to the cotton trade in Byhe left the day to day running of the business to his 3 elder sons, Samuel, Joshua and John, and when he died inthe firm's name was changed to Fielden Brothers, with James and Thomas, the.

The records of the Fielden Brothers, comprising some boxes, were deposited in The business was one of the largest textile businesses in the country and accumulated more capital in business than any other cotton firm in Britain before the cotton shortage caused by. Dale Papers (Cheshire poor law and parish records); the Heald Family Papers (trade, military and physical medicine); the Hibbert-Ware Papers (local history, military history and antiquarian); the Kay-Shuttleworth Papers (education, poor relief and social reform).

Papers relating to the clinical and experimental neuroscientific work carried out at the Burden Neurological Institute 52 Records of English Electric Company Limited 37 Collection of archive documents and photographs relating to the work of Charles Eric Strong at.

Fielden Brothers, Cotton manufacturers of Todmorden. 6/12/ 0 Comments John Fielden of Todmorden, often referred to as “Honest John Fielden”() Papers of the Fielden Brothers one of the outstanding reformers of the early factory age, championing legislation to protect child workers. He believed that a ten-hour day was too long for children, but he.

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Papers of the Fielden Brothers firm. John Fielden was the third son of Joshua Fielden (–) a Quaker who about the time of John's birth set up as a cotton spinner in started cotton spinning in a small way, but by his exertions and those of his sons Fielden Brothers grew to be one of the largest cotton manufacturers in England.: I According to William Cobbett in they were involved in.

Botfield Papers (MS) Kenneth Brown Railway Collection (Pr) W.M. Christy & Sons Ltd Archive (MS) Dale Papers (MS) Sir William Boyd Dawkins Papers (MS) Engravers' Trade Unions Archive (MS) B.R.

Faunthorpe Collection re Joseph Whitworth (MS) Papers of the Fielden Brothers (MS) The mill was John Fielden's personal property, but he rented it to the firm of Fielden Brothers, of which he was the senior partner. Over the next 10 years, Fielden Brothers spent £34, finishing the building and installing steam engines.

The great social campaigns of the 19th and early 20th centuries, such as the abolition of slavery, factory reform and the emancipation of women, are documented in the Raymond English Anti-Slavery Collection, the Papers of the Fielden Brothers (including material on John Fielden and William Cobbett), Richard Cobden Letters, and the Women's.

Fielden papers 15th October Deeds re land, cottages, etc at Lower Nazebottom (Archview) Conveyed to Fielden Brothers by Ormerod Ingham et al. Includes draft will of William Ingham, Archview, gent.

(), administration of Henry Ingham, Archview, picker maker () and sale poster and conditions of sale () Stansfield Rates Book The First Earl of Wigton under this new creation had two sons—James, who succeeded to his father's honors and was Lord High Chancellor to Queen Mary, and Lord John, who, after his brother's death, succeeded to the earldom.

The latter married Lillian Graham, a daughter of the Earl of Montrose. Their two sons were John and Sir Thomas Fleming.

This work talks about the life of Major-General John Fielden Brocklehurst Lord Ranksborough More than years after the fall of Khartoum and the death of General Gordon, the private papers of John Brocklehurst, published here for the first time, reveal new facts and a.

Walsden Rates Books Occupier Samuel Fielden, owner J. & W. Fielden, rateable value £s.0d. Walsden Rates Books Occupiers Fielden & Jackson, owners J. and W. Fielden, rateable value £s.0d. Rochdale Observer Saturday 11. Walsden Rates Book Owned and occupied by Fielden Bros.

mill, boiler house; Waterstalls; rateable value £s.8d. Todmorden and Hebden Bridge Advertiser 16th June To Let. Waterstalls Mill, either with or without machinery. Apply Fielden Bros., Waterside Mill. Fielden papers 20th June Fielden Bros.

letter to Mr. Timothy. The Bow Street Runners have been called London's first professional police force originally numbered six men and was founded in by magistrate Henry Fielding, who was also well known as an author.

Bow Street Runners was the public's nickname for the officers, although the officers did not use the term themselves, considering it derogatory. Fielding collected outstanding debts for George, and he also handled several land transactions for his brother-in-law.

12 Meanwhile, when George and Betty’s mother, Mary Ball Washington, died inshortly after he had left for New York to assume the presidency, George asked his sister to take care of their mother’s estate, providing her.

FIELDEN, JOHN (–), M.P. for Oldham, was born 17 Jan. at Lane Side, Todmorden, where his father, originally a yeoman, had about the time of his birth begun cotton-spinning on a very limited scale. As a boy he worked in his father's factory, and in after years often referred to the exhaustion caused by his daily toil.

FIELDEN, JOHN (–), M.P. for Oldham, was born 17 Jan. at Lane Side, Todmorden, where his father, originally a yeoman, had about the time of his birth begun cotton-spinning on a very limited scale.

As a boy he worked in his father's factory, and in after years often referred to the exhaustion caused by his daily toil. Autobiography of Samuel Fielden. To the Editor: In accordance with a desire on your part that I should give you a history of my life for publication of your valuable paper, I have written the following incidents of my life, with the influences under which I was born and reared, hoping that they may not prove altogether uninteresting to my friends and readers of your paper.

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TODMORDEN AND WALSDEN. INCHFIELD in Walsden was formerly reckoned a manor, having probably been the site of the manorhouse of the Savile family, who, as above stated, once held a moiety of the manor of Rochdale as heirs of the Hugh de Eland of In it was held by George son of George Travis of the king by a rent of 40s.

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John Fielden (17 January – 29 May ) also known as Honest John Fielden, he was a British social reformer and was the third son of Joshua Fielden, and began working in his father's mill at the age of his brothers, he expanded the family cotton business at Todmorden to become a wealthy businessman.

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Obituary, funeral and service information for Celine Fielden Hunter from San Antonio, Texas. Funeral services by Porter Loring Mortuary.

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Altgeld, Reasons for Pardoning Fielden, Neebe, and Schwab (Chicago: s.n., ) — Altgeld, a critic of the American legal system, was elected governor of Illinois in He pardoned the surviving men convicted of the Haymarket bombing.About this Item: Evans Brothers, Condition: Fair.

This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. Re-bound by library.