Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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John and Edmund Hope

From Graces Guide

of Salford

Engravers and engraving machine makers. Founded in Manchester (Salford?) in 1810.

In 1825 John Hope of 225 Chapel Street, Salford was listed under engravers to calico printers. Home address: 8 Edge Place, Salford[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Edward Baines: History, Directory and Gazeteer of the County Palatine of Lancaster, Vol II, 1825



The business became successful and was transferred to Providence, Rhode Island, in 1847.

For detailed history, see John Hope and Sons (USA).

1825 Listed in Baines' Directory: John Hope, engraver to calico printers, 225 Chapel Street, Salford. John Hope's house: 8 Edge Place, Salford.


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