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1891 Cotton Mills in Newchurch

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Newchurch (p141)

BLEACHERS AND DYERS

  • Byrom Dying Co, Limited, (dyers and winders of every description of cotton and wool heeding yarns-delivered in bundle, or wound on warping bobbins or paper tubes), Mill End Dye Works, Newchurch; and Flowers Mill, Bacup. See advertisement.
  • Rossendale Dyeing Co. (dyers and winders of every description of cotton and wool heading yarns, delivered in the bundle or wound on paper tubes), Scout, near Newchurch.
  • Whitehead and Taylor, (dyers, bleachers, winders, &c.; cotton, woollen, and silk yarns supplied in bundle, on Warpers' bobbins, paper tubes, waterproof tubes, or wood pirns; gold plate, gold thread, &c.), Shawclough Dye Works.


COTTON SPINNERS AND MANUFACTURERS


WOOLLEN MANUFACTURERS

  • Mitchell Brothers (and dyers and printers), Albert Works; Manchester warehouse-38, George St. Telegrams, " Mitchells, Waterfoot."

Water. 2 miles N. from Newchurch (p141)

COTTON SPINNERS AND MANUFACTURERS.


Waterfoot adjoins Newchurch (p141)

WOOLLEN AND FELT MANUFACTURERS

  • Richard Ashworth. (felt), Bridge End Felt Carpet Works. Telegrams, " Felts, Waterfoot."
  • Richard Rostron, (white, green and crimson printed druggets, green and crimson, scarlet and blue shipping baizes, &c.), Waterbarn Mills. Goods address-" Waterfoot Station."


WOOLLEN PRINTERS

  • David Taylor (felts, and seal rugs and blanketing), Bridge End Print Works; also at Guben, Germany.

See Also

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Sources of Information

1891 Worrall's Cotton Spinners Directory