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1891 Cotton Mills in Colne

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Colne (p89)

COTTON SPINNERS AND MANUFACTURERS

  • Frankland and Co, Walton Street Shed; 226 looms, oxfords, winceys and worsted goods.
  • Calvin Knight, Parrack Shed; 520 looms, checks, stripes and mixtures; Bradford warehouse -6, Brook street.
  • Thomas Mason, Primet Mill, Colne; and Netherfield Shed, Nelson; 986 looms, oxfords, satins, serges, &c.; Bradford warehouse-30, Hall Ings.
  • Preston and Co, Walk Mill; 525 looms, oxfords and Bradford dress goods, checks and stripes; Manchester warehouse-51, Mosley street; Bradford warehouse-26, Swaine st. Telegrams, " Walkmill, Colne."


DYERS, &C

  • Richard Holroyd and Co. (and bleachers and sizers), Garden Vale Dye Works, Colne; Hamer lane, Rochdale; and Piercy street, Ancoats, Manchester; Manchester office--lA, Clarence street, Albert square. Pay day first Sat, at Rochdale

Foulridge. 1.5 miles N. from Colne (p91)

COTTON MANUFACTURER

Laneshaw Bridge. 2 miles E. from Colne (p91)

COTTON MANUFACTURERS

Trawden. 2 miles S.E. from Colne (p91)

BLEACHERS


COTTON MANUFACTURERS

  • Marsden and Co, Pave Shed, Trawden Forest; 200 looms, coloured goods.

Sources of Information

Directory 1891 Worrall's Cotton Spinners

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