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'''Parkinson & Arrivé''' of Manchester. Sometimes printed as Parkinson and Arrive.
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* 1825 Listed as machine makers, print block and copper roller manufacturers, brass founders, braziers and circular saw mill, 4 Riga Street and 38 Edge Street. Home address of Peter Arrivé, machine maker, given as The Polygon, Ardwick <ref> 'History, Directory and Gazeteer of the County Palatine of Lancaster, Vol II, 1825' </ref>
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* Parkinson is presumably [[Adam Parkinson]], since he was listed in Pigot's 1818 directory as a print block maker and millwright in Riga Street
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:19, 23 May 2015

of Manchester

Parkinson & Arrivé of Manchester. Sometimes printed as Parkinson and Arrive.

  • 1825 Listed as machine makers, print block and copper roller manufacturers, brass founders, braziers and circular saw mill, 4 Riga Street and 38 Edge Street. Home address of Peter Arrivé, machine maker, given as The Polygon, Ardwick [1]
  • Parkinson is presumably Adam Parkinson, since he was listed in Pigot's 1818 directory as a print block maker and millwright in Riga Street

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Sources of Information

  1. 'History, Directory and Gazeteer of the County Palatine of Lancaster, Vol II, 1825'