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Nathaniel Buckley and Sons

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Nathaniel Buckley and Sons, of Carr Hill Mills, Mossley, near Ashton-under-Lyne, cotton spinners.

1844 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Nathaniel Buckley, Abel Buckley, and John Buckley, formerly carrying on business at Curr-hill, near Mossley, in the parish of Saddleworth, in the county of York, as Cotton Spinners, under the name or firm of Nathaniel Buckley and Sons, was dissolved, by mutual consent...[1]

1844 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned Nathaniel Buckley, John Buckley, and Robert Hyde Buckley, formerly carrying on business at Carr-hill, near Mossley, in the parish of Saddleworth, in the county of York, as Cotton Spinners and Manufacturers, under the name or firm of Nathaniel Buckley and Sons, was dissolved, by mutual consent...'[2]

Correspondence, 1880-1883 (1 file); bills and accounts, 1880-1890 (1 volume). These records can be found in the Watts family collection. (C1/)[3]

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

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