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Bagley and Wright

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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