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Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 147,919 pages of information and 233,587 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

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[[Bagley and Wright]] (and manufacturers of sewing, crochet and knitting cottons, and fishing net yarns of all kinds), [[Belgrave Mill, Oldham|Belgrave Mill]], Honeywell lane; [[Crabtree Mill, Oldham|Crabtree Mill]], Bridgewater street; [[Wellington Mill, Oldham|Wellington Mill]], Wellington St; and [[Industry Mill, Oldham|Industry Mill]], Rochdale road; 130,000 spindles; Manchester office-12, Cannon street. Pay day third Wednesday, 10 to 12, at Belgrave Mill. Telegrams, "Parrott, Oldham".
[[Bagley and Wright]] (and manufacturers of sewing, crochet and knitting cottons, and fishing net yarns of all kinds), [[Belgrave Mill, Oldham|Belgrave Mill]], Honeywell lane; [[Crabtree Mill, Oldham|Crabtree Mill]], Bridgewater street; [[Wellington Mill, Oldham|Wellington Mill]], Wellington St; and [[Industry Mill, Oldham|Industry Mill]], Rochdale road; 130,000 spindles; Manchester office-12, Cannon street. Pay day third Wednesday, 10 to 12, at Belgrave Mill. Telegrams, "Parrott, Oldham".
1891 Directory: Listed as cotton spinners and manufacturers. [[1891 Cotton Mills in Oldham|More details]]


1897 The company sold its sewing thread business to [[English Sewing Cotton Co]].<ref>The Times, December 2, 1897</ref>  
1897 The company sold its sewing thread business to [[English Sewing Cotton Co]].<ref>The Times, December 2, 1897</ref>  

Latest revision as of 23:17, 26 November 2020

Bagley and Wright (and manufacturers of sewing, crochet and knitting cottons, and fishing net yarns of all kinds), Belgrave Mill, Honeywell lane; Crabtree Mill, Bridgewater street; Wellington Mill, Wellington St; and Industry Mill, Rochdale road; 130,000 spindles; Manchester office-12, Cannon street. Pay day third Wednesday, 10 to 12, at Belgrave Mill. Telegrams, "Parrott, Oldham".

1891 Directory: Listed as cotton spinners and manufacturers. More details

1897 The company sold its sewing thread business to English Sewing Cotton Co.[1]

Later known as Bagley and Wright Manufacturing Co.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, December 2, 1897