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Nantyglo housing of the Crawshay Bailey period, 1825-1845.

University of Wales. Institute of Science and Technology.

Nantyglo housing of the Crawshay Bailey period, 1825-1845.

by University of Wales. Institute of Science and Technology.

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Published by University of Wales in Cardiff .
Written in English


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SeriesIron industry housing papers -- 7
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20394996M

Bailey genealogy by, unknown edition, pt. 1. Account of James Bailey of Rowley and some of his descendants -- compiled by H.R. Bailey, G.E. Bailey and A.F. Ellsworth -- pt. 2. During the s and s the scattered housing of the workers and the works’ school, church and chapels were complemented by the evolution, on land outside the company’s ownership, of a town with a variety of urban functions. a primitive railway built by the ironmaster Crawshay Bailey in to link his ironworks at Nantyglo with the.

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Nantyglo housing of the Crawshay Bailey period, 1825-1845 by University of Wales. Institute of Science and Technology. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Joseph Bailey sold his share in Cyfarthfa, and together with Matthew Wayne later of Gadlys, Aberdare, he bought Nantyglo Ironworks from the Blaenavon Iron Company. At some point, Crawshay joined his brother at Nant-y-glo and, upon Wayne's departure to Aberdare, he.

Partner in the Nantyglo Ironworks on Matthew Wayne's departure. The two brothers developed the Nant-y-glo works, and, later on, the Beaufort Ironworks. William Crawshay, his cousin (the then proprietor of Cyfarthfa Ironworks), may have prevented Crawshay Bailey from continuing as owner of Rhymney Iron Works.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk.

Software. An illustration of two photographs. Bailey genealogy: James John, and Thomas, and their descendants: in three parts Pages: Richard Crawshay was born in in Normanton in the West Riding of Yorkshire, the first child of William Crawshay (–), a farmer, and his wife, Elizabeth (–), née Nicholson.

He had three sisters. According to family tradition a bitter quarrel with his father led to the sixteen-year-old Crawshay setting out for London. The future of the Nantyglo works was not secure however until when control passed to Joseph Bailey and Matthew Wayne, both of whom had worked for Richard Crawshay at Cyfarthfa.

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The Evanses of Dowlais. The Formans of Penydarren Works. Anthony Hill, Plymouth Works. After Llanfoist wharf was built, Govlion wharf became the terminus of Bailey's Tramroad, a primitive railway built by the ironmaster Crawshay Bailey in to link his ironworks at Nantyglo with the canal.

Bailey's three-storey rubble stone warehouse of about is listed, and it is possible to see evidence of how the railway was. Crawshay Bailey was in the chair and George Brewer (owner of the Coalbrookvale Ironworks) and John Brown (Cwmcelyn and Blaina Ironworks) also attended.

Bailey made an impassioned speech attacking the Chartists, finishing defiantly: "I owe all that I have to my own industry and I would risk my life rather than lose my property".

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The avenues on the estate were named after local and national politicians, hence, Attlee Avenue (Clement Attlee, British prime minister ), George Daggar, George Barker and Brace Avenues (after.

Mrs. Bailey and her three daughters kept the house as an aristocratic boarding house in the early to late ’s. Marm Bailey was noted for her moose muffle soup. It was a savoury broth concocted using the moose’ nose.

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Built circait is attributed to Crawshay Bailey, the famous iron master of Nantyglo in the eastern Ebbw Vale. Two lVs in. diameter wrought iron rods on each side, spaced 2 ft 8 in. apart vertically, form the suspension cables, their screwed ends passing through cast-iron end posts, 6 ft high and spaced 2 ft 2 in.

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