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Fletcher, Burrows and Company

Howe Bridge Colliery, Gibfield Colliery, Atherton, Greater Manchester, Coal Measures, Manchester Coalfield

Culp Press (16.10.2011 )

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Fletcher, Burrows and Company was a coal mining company that owned collieries in Atherton, Greater Manchester, England. Gibfield, Howe Bridge and Chanters collieries exploited the coal mines (seams) of the middle coal measures in the Manchester Coalfield. The Fletchers built company housing at Hindsford and a model village at Howe Bridge which included pit head baths and a social club for its workers. The company became part of Manchester Collieries in 1929. The collieries were nationalised in 1947 becoming part of the National Coal Board. In 1776 Robert Vernon Atherton of Atherton Hall leased the Atherton coal rights to Thomas Guest from Bedford and John Fletcher of Tonge with Haulgh, Bolton forbidding them to mine under the hall.[3] The Fletchers had mining interests in Bolton and Clifton in the Irwell Valley from Elizabethan times. Matthew Fletcher's family owned most of Clifton in 1750 including the Ladyshore and Wet Earth Collieries. During the early 19th century the Fletchers worked several pits around Howe Bridge.
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Culp Press
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Nethanel Willy
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Mineralogia, petrografia
29,00 €
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Howe, Bridge, Colliery, Gibfield, Atherton, Manchester, Coal, Howells, bridges, coalition

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