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David Haggie

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Sometime before 1811 David Haggie was taken in to partnership by Anthony Hood, owner of a ropery on South Shore and this became Hood and Haggie Ropemakers.

By 1819 Haggie was in partnership with James Pollard as Pollard, Haggie and Co

In early 1930s the company became David Haggie and Son when Robert Hood Haggie, Senior joined the business

1942 David haggie retired and two more of his sons became involved with the business - Peter Haggie and David Haggie, Junior

See Also


Sources of Information

  • Lost Industries of the Tyne by Alan Morgan, Ken Smith and Tom Yellowley. Published 2013. ISBN 978 1 85795 216 2