Mary's patch west calder

Everyone's face red with the heat from the bonfire, kids every where, fireworks going off, kids running around with lighted touch paper - thick string smouldering at the end, and when spun around resembled a spinning wheel fire work." More details about the dwellings and.
Above: The old fireplace in one of the houses.
It is marked on the early map as New Mill Bank.
However the Mills would be nothing without the people who worked them day in and day out for most of their lives.But, of course, this meant that the earlier five arch bridge was now redundant and indeed it may never have seen fast-flowing water; although the.S.By the time the 1892 map had been surveyed, the line from Nixon's Pit had vanished altogether, and the colliery is no longer shown on the map.By 1860, several of the original partners had moved on to build their own mills, for example John Wilson, who subsequently died in 1851.We are happy to find that the property was insured to the full amount in the County, Phoenix and Atlas office." The loss was just over 4,000 and the insurers paid out 4,046 5s 10d in total.The first large-scale development on the land was the construction of the.T.
It is extraordinary to contemplate the living conditions of some of these Healey families.

In an 1836 Journal of the House of Commons, relating to an inquiry into the proposed Manchester to Leeds railway, mention is made that Joshua Ingham had a place in the quarry for burning stones for repairing his cart roads in the area.In December of the following year, the new carbonizing plant was formally opened in the presence of a large gathering.The dyehouse at the mill, although owned by the company had always been rented out to tenants and William Gartside was probably a tenant rather than the owner.Micklethwaite, and that such railway shall pass upon such a level over the present Lower Cart Road occupied by the same Joshua Ingham, leading to the same coal staithe, so that without lowering such Lower Cart Road more than three feet where such railway shall.14 Several changes occurred.It is just this side of the bridge that the colliery line passes over the four arches.The toilets were just a wooden bench with all the body waste going on to a stone floor, which to council men came to shovel out" every fortnight.The principal part of their trade was export, which was done indirectly through Bradford merchants, also Messrs.Circa 700 BC: Iron Age pits discovered, which contained shards of pottery.I believe the two houses were converted into one in later years, and this room became the kitchen.The lock was referred to as New Figure of Three Lock.Amelia was the youngest daughter of five children born to labourer Edward (or Edwin) Stead and his wife, Mary.For example, James Ellis and Joseph Emmerson were both bankrupt by 1838.On May 11th 1841, Amelia Stead, aged 10, was interviewed at the pit about her life working there.This lasted until passage of the Fifteenth Amendment to the.S.

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14 The burial ground was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992, as the extent of the burials made it significant for both regional and national history.
This Terrace still stands today (2016) albeit with only four houses but including one with a shop front.