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1891 Cotton Mills in Hyde

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Hyde (p109)

CALICO PRINTERS


COTTON SPINNERS AND MANUFACTURERS

  • Apethorn Mills Co, Limited, Gee Cross; 40,000 spindles, 4011/601 weft. Pay day first Wednesday in the month, from 10 to 1. Robert Ogden, secretary.
  • Robert Hall and Son (and doublers), Kingston Mills; 75,500 spindles, 91/501 twist and weft; 999 looms, printers, domestics and double warp cloths; Manchester warehouses-25, George st., and 51, Mosley street. Pay day first Wednesday, 9-30 to 1.
  • Hibbert and Aspland, Green Croft Mill; 26,668 mule and 1,480 ring spindles, 141/341 twist,161/421 weft; 541 looms, domestics, shirtings, drills and twills. Pay day first Wednesday
  • Slack Mills Co, Limited, Hyde lane; 58,892 spindles, 88/408 twist, 108/501, weft; 1,200 looms, domestics, shirtings, sheetings, drills, printers and oatmeal. cloths, and at High Bank Mill, Godley. Pay day first Wednesday.

Godley. 2 miles E. from Hyde (p109)

COTTON SPINNERS AND MANUFACTURERS

Newton Moor. 2 miles N.E. from Hyde (p109)

COTTON SPINNERS AND MANUFACTURERS

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Sources of Information

Directory 1891 Worrall's Cotton Spinners

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