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T. H. Hambleton

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of Hope Mills, Macclesfield.

  • 1889 Company established.
  • 1910 Purchased the business of J. O. Nicholson of Macclesfield as a going concern.
  • 1914 Silk Manufacturers. Specialities: silk handkerchiefs, mufflers, tie silks, dress silks, scarves, satins, damasks, West African head squares, crêpe de chine, tameline and tussore, knitted mufflers, knitted and woven ladies' scarves and all descriptions of plain and fancy fringing and knotting. Employees 300. [1]

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