Textile mills

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North American mills and milling industries files

Files containing correspondence, photographs, notes, and ephemera on various wind and water mills and related industries in the United States of America, Canada, and the Caribbean. Industries include sugar mills; salt mills; cider mills; dye mills; flax, hemp and textile mills; paper mills; colour mills; whiting mills; rice mills; ironworks; bridges; canals; hydroelectric power; saw mills; tide mills.

Sass, Jon A (b. 1942), miller and millwright

Photographs of Mills in the Macclesfield Area

  • PMMA
  • Collection
  • 1960s (copies) - 2010s

Photographs of textile, corn and other mill buildings in the vicinity of Macclesfield. Notes on the history of the mills featured.

Cliffe, David, librarian

Assignment of rights relating to land at "Birkle with Bamford" as security for a loan.

Three sheets of vellum measuring approximately 70 cm x 86 cm comprising an assignment of land as security for a loan of £430 made by Benjamin Hay (cordwainer of Shepherd's Mill, Spotland, Rochdale) to Robert [K]ay and James Bentley. Amongst the parties are John and Susan Butterworth (Susan being the widow of John Ramsbottom) who both sign by their marks. John Butterworth is described as a woollen weaver of Rochdale.

Release in fee of land at "Birkle with Bamford"

One sheet of vellum measuring approximately 67 cm x 86 cm comprising a "release in fee of a messuage or dwelling house and several closes or parcels of land.... situate in Birkle with Bamford" as security for a loan of £200 (plus interest) from Michael Bentley, gentleman, to Thomas Ramsbottom, yeoman. Other parties to the indenture include Robert [K]ay, "shuttlemaker", and James Bentley, "fustian manufacturer".

Six indentures relating to the Grist family concerning Lewiston Mill, Gussage Mill and other properties at Brimscombe, Thrupp

An indenture on three vellum sheets dated 8 April 1872 and measuring approx. 68cm x 56cm bearing the signatures and seals of all the parties to a transfer of mortgage relating to lands at Brimscombe, Gloucestershire; a conveyance between various members of the Grist family made on 12 July 1903 and on 6 pages of double-sided vellum measuring approx. 44 cm x 28 cm and signed and sealed by all the parties, together with a very clear plan measuring 50 cm x 44 cm showing the following mills: Gussage Mill (woollen), Lewiston Mill (woollen), Bourne Saw Mill, a Mill Pond, Dark Saw Mill and Bourne Mill (woollen). Then four indentures, all being on paper, measuring 39 cm x 35 cm, namely: a collateral security indenture dated 19 October 1906 and a transfer dated 28 August 1908; a reconveyance of a mortgage of Lewiston and Gussage Mills; a reconveyance of collateral security for the mortgage debt (both dated 14 July 1919); a lease from Richard Grist Ltd to Walter J Barnes of Lewiston Villa for 5 years from 29 September 1923. Lastly, one sheet of A4 (unknown author and date) giving the history of the Grist family from 1856 and their award-winning production of mattress wool and "flock and shoddy".

"Brochures - Misc United States"

File contains a brochure on Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts which has four mills on the site - saw, grist, carding, and cider.

Sass, Jon A (b. 1942), miller and millwright

"Canadian Mills Grain, Textile, Saw"

Material relating to flour, textile and saw mills in Quebec and Ontario, Canada. The file contains leaflets on Upper Canada Village; Watson's Mill, Manotick; Peterborough Lift Lock. Other items include a photocopy article entitled "Historic Mills of Quebec" by Fred Bruemmer; clipping showing "Canada's oldest operating mill" in Ontario; newspaper cutting about Charles Howell, millwright.

Sass, Jon A (b. 1942), miller and millwright

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