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The Richardsons of Bessbrook

Richard S. Harrison

The Richardsons of Bessbrook

Ulster Quakers in the linen industry (1845-1921)

by Richard S. Harrison

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Published by Original Writing in Dublin .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Richardson family,
  • Linen industry -- Northern Ireland -- Bessbrook -- History,
  • Quakers -- Northern Ireland -- Bessbrook -- History,
  • Bessbrook (Northern Ireland) -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 218-225) and index.

    Statementby Richard S. Harrison.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9930.I733 B474 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 235 p. :
    Number of Pages235
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24079243M
    ISBN 101906018839
    ISBN 109781906018832
    LC Control Number2009529281

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John Grubb Richardson (13 November – ) was an Irish linen merchant, industrialist and philanthropist who founded the model village of Bessbrook near Newry inin what is now Northern Ireland.

Five years later he founded a major Atlantic steamship line that significantly improved conditions for immigrant passingers fleeing Ireland after the potato frithwilliams.comality: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. The following is from The Richardsons of Bessbrook, A Quaker Linen Family, a small book released by John Bradley to detail the story of the Richardsons of Bessbrook.

It was created in response to the launch on 4th Aprilof a scholarly business study into the. Get this from a library. The Richardsons of Bessbrook: Ulster Quakers in the linen industry (). [Richard S Harrison]. Jan 15,  · Buy The Richardsons of Bessbrook by Richard S.

Harrison from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Author: Richard S. Harrison. Sep 30,  · The following is from The Richardsons of Bessbrook, A Quaker Linen Family, a small book released by John Bradley to detail the story of the Richardsons of Bessbrook.

It was created in response to the launch on 4th Aprilof a scholarly business study into the Richardsons of Bessbrook, by Richard S. Harrison. Sponsor a Book. Bessbrook 3 works Search for books with subject Bessbrook.

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The Richardsons of Bessbrook Richard S. Harrison. History Construction and infrastructure. Construction of the Bessbrook and Newry Tramway began inand the enterprise was incorporated inafter the Tramways and Public Companies (Ireland) Act came into effect.

It was built primarily on the own land of its owners, the Richardsons, and was intended to carry workers and freight from the Great Northern Railway (Ireland) GNR(I), in Locale: Bessbrook, Newry. Buy The Richardsons of Bessbrook: Ulster Quakers in the Linen Industry () by Richard S.

Harrison (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: Richard S. Harrison. Sep 07,  · Author of A biographical dictionary of Irish Quakers, The Richardsons of Bessbrook, Bantry in olden days, Cork City Quakers, Irish insurance: historical perspectives, Richard Davis Webb, Abraham Abell, Merchants, Mystics and Philanthropists.

Bessbrook Mills and village, County Armagh, Ireland, c The 'model' village of Bessbrook was founded in It surrounded a large linen mill owned by the Richardsons, a Quaker family.

A print from Great Industries of Great Britain, Volume I, published by. Turtle Bunbury is an award-winning travel writer, historian and author based in Ireland.

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Fortunes made in business; a series of original sketches, biographical and anecdotic, from the recent history of industry and commerce. The Richardsons were one of if not the wealthiest of the linen families in Northern Ireland and owned a large mill at Bessbrook, now an army base.

The children from Henry Albert’s first marriage were – William Forster Uprichard, Henry Albert Uprichard, Forster Green Uprichard, Emile Llewllyn Uprichard and Mary Green Uprichard. Discount prices on books by Richard S Harrison, including titles like Psychoanalytic Trends in Theory and Practice.

Click here for the lowest price. Follow Richard S. Harrison and explore their bibliography from frithwilliams.com's Richard S. Harrison Author Page. Many Quaker families have been involved in business in Ireland in the years since the Religious Society of Friends ("Quakers") came here.

Bewley's Bewley's was founded ininitially as tea and coffee merchants. saw the incorporation of the familiar Bewley's Oriental Cafés, where generations of Dubliners have enjoyed sticky buns, superb coffee. Oct 08,  · The furniture in the then vacant Moyallon House was auctioned off and the premises was leased to the Department of Health and Social Services as a residential special care school.

A fine marble fireplace was removed at this period and fitted in Derrymore House, Bessbrook, a property which had been donated by the Richardsons to the National Trust.

Richardson Stories and Accounts. What follows here is a miscellany of stories by and about these Richardsons over the years. They are shown in chronological order. Sep 05,  · I studied foundry technology and metallurgy and decided to start a foundry at my home at Mullaglass. My father who worked in Fishers garage knew Teddy Bailey who owned Bailey’s foundry at Bessbrook and introduced me to Mr.

Bailey and as the foundry was then about to close down, I purchased two furnaces and a number of moulding box’s,and other foundry equipment which I still have. Aug 10,  · The real power, the actual ownership of the land, was under the control of a small group of Ascendancy landlords like Arthur Acheson, the Earl of Gosford, whose estates covered much of southern Armagh; the Corrys of Derrymore, the Richardsons of Bessbrook, the.

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The Richardsons of Bessbrook - Ulster Quakers in the linen industry () By Richard S Harrison. Using, among other sources, the large holdings of.Transcript of the book 'The History of Ballyhagan & Richhill Meetings '. Chapter 4 - Details of Quaker life in rural Ireland between and This transcription is intended SOLELY for the non-commercial use of family history research.Feb 26,  · Buy The Bessbrook & Newry Tramway (Locomotion papers) by Alan T Newham (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

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