2 edition of Derbyshire clockmakers before 1850 found in the catalog.
Derbyshire clockmakers before 1850
W. Douglas White
by Derbyshire Archaeological Society
Written in English
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The Whitehurst family (Derbyshire clockmakers before ) W Douglas White. D/G/Bp/ Gresley - the family, lands and priory Oswald Hull. D/G/Bp/ A description of the grand inquest at Chesterfield, R H Oakley. D/G/Bp/ Early steam engine in Derbyshire F Nixon (from the Transactions of the. The information about The Clockmaker's Daughter shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks. In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication. If you are the publisher or author of this book .
For a more a complete listing of this maker, please read Clockmakers of Montgomery County , written by Bruce Ross Foreman. Gawen Brown of Boston, Massachusetts. Gawen Brown was born in England in and died in Boston at the age of 82 in Buy Leicestershire Clockmakers: Directory Of Watch And Clock Makers Working In Leicestershire Before 1st by Daniell, John (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1.
A vastly more comprehensive book is Watchmakers & Clockmakers of the World, compiled and first published by G. H. Baillie in and at that time containing ab makers. This book, usually called just 'Baillie', was revised to the point where the edition contained ab entries and was reprinted unchanged thereafter. Thomas Blakeway of Broseley (Loomes ) is a further development of the Blakeway family. The census return lists him as aged 65 so the dates given must be his working years and the British Museum records him as both clock and watchmaker with working years as and based in High Street, Broseley.
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Old Scottish clockmakers from to by Smith, John, clock-maker. Publication date Topics Clock and watch makers -- Scotland Publisher Edinburgh: Oliver Pages: Old Scottish Clockmakers from to John Smith. Oliver and Boyd, - Clock and watch makers - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book.
What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Other editions - View all. Old Scottish Clockmakers from to This book, the result of many years research, is a comprehensive survey of all the known clockmakers and watchmakers who have worked in Derbyshire, from the earliest recorded workers to recent times.
There is background information on clockmaking in the county and the book has numerous illustrations of Derbyshire clocks, watches and barometers. near fine copy in near fine dustwrap. this book discusses the development of the trade, and lists everyone in derbyshire known to be involved in it.
appendices include a list of clockmakers, watchmakers and barometer makers by town, known numbered whitehurst clocks, and a survey of the different styles of round-dial clocks.
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Prices incl UK P&P 1st class. The Old Clockmakers is a year old converted clockmakers workshop bursting at the seams with unique character and sitting in the very heart of the market town of Ashbourne in Derbyshire.
In clocks made here set sail on a ship called the Titanic. Smith of Derby appeared in the first issue of Derbyshire Life and Countryside. Today, while it still keeps many of the country's older clocks in action, it has also become a byword around the world for quality engineering and innovative design.
This treasure is chosen by David Jenkins, who used to be one of the archivists, but now works as Derbyshire County Council’s Corporate Records Manager. He writes: I have chosen a Servants’ Wages book from the Derby Royal Infirmary which details the. This treasure is a collection of nearly prints and drawings by the artist George Murgatroyd Woodward ().
Brought up in Stanton by Dale, Derbyshire, Woodward’s artistic talents were apparently evident at a young age, and according to his father ‘he used to draw before he could speak plain’. Catalogue Old Scottish clockmakers, from to Old Scottish clockmakers, from to Smith, John. Book. English.
2nd ed., revised and enlarged. Published Wakefield: EP Publishing (etc.) Rate this 1/5 2/5 3/5 4/5 5/5 Available at Local History. This item is not reservable because. Clockmakers and Watchmakers of Maryland, by Whisker, James Biser, PhD; The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd., New York New York Using mainly original sources (US census, tax lists, advertisements, family records) this volume details the clock- and watchmakers in Maryland between A Handbook and Directory of Old Scottish Clockmakers fromSmith, John, Edinburgh, Reprint.
New York: British Book Centre, SMITH (John): Old Scottish Clockmakers from toSmith, John; 97 pages, 1st edition, The first book on Scottish clock makers with lots of biographical information.
United States. Derbyshire: Clockmakers and Watchmakers of Derbyshire, R.G. Hughes and Maxwell Craven (Ashbourne, ) Old Scottish Clockmakers from toJ. Smith (,Republished Wakefield, which are free to WCC members and include teas before and wine afterwards, so are very social and interesting events.
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Alphabetical list of Clockmakers W-Z Wakefield Thomas Oldfield Uttoxeter Clock case maker P.N.C. Walters William Saint John St. Ashbourne Watch & clockmaker W.H.D.D. Watts William E Melbourne Market Place DC Webb Frederick Newhall High St. DC Whitehouse Samuel Bird St. Lichfield Watch & clockmaker P.N.C.
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WHITEHURST, JOHN(b. Congleton, Cheshire, England, 10 April ; d. London, England, 18 February )urst was a practical natural philosopher in many fields but was particularly celebrated as a clockmaker.
In pure science he is important chiefly as a geological pioneer who did work in Derbyshire that was published in a well-known book (of which the. Smith (J.): Old Scottish Clockmakers from to O/P. pages, 25 illus., reprint of 2nd edition, A good book and, for many years, the only source for a list of Scottish clockmakers.
Still useful to have as some information about the makers is not contained in the more recent book by Whyte. With so much clockmaking heritage in Derbyshire I’ve decided the time has come to hold specialist clock and barometer sales devoted to Derbyshire clockmakers. The first will be on July If you have and type of clock, longcase, grandfather, wall, school or mantle, Hansons’ clocks expert Michael Wetton would love to see it.Smith (J.): Old Scottish Clockmakers from to O/P.
pages, 25 illustrations, 2nd and best edition, A good book and, for many years, the only source for a list of Scottish clockmakers. Still useful to have as some information about the makers is not contained in the more recent book by Whyte.Scottish Clock Makers, Clockmakers in Scotland.
The making of clocks in Scotland was not recognized as a separate craft till about In Aberdeen in there were but three clocks, "the Kirk Knok, Tolbooth Knok, and the College Knok, all out of repair because they are auld and worne and partlie for want of skilful men to attend them.".