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Charles Saxby

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Print Works taken in 2020. Now known as Furness Vale Business Centre.

of Furness Vale Print Works, Furness Vale, Stockport.

See also Charles Saxby (c1806-1879) and his son Frederick Saxby

1864 'Mr. J. M’Adam, the respected manager of Furness Vale Print Works'[1]

1891 Directory (Stockport): Listed as calico printer.[2]

1899 Acquired by the Calico Printers Association.[3]

1910 Furness Vale Print Works, James Hadfield, Manager.[4]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Glossop Record - Saturday 14 May 1864
  2. 1891 Cotton Mills in Stockport
  3. The Times, December 14, 1899
  4. 1910 Kelly's directory of Cheshire