man James Harrison‏‎
Geboren ‎± 1791 Langcliffe, North Yorkshire, England, Great Britain Or Giggleswick.1)
Gedoopt ‎28 nov 1791 Ingleton, North Yorkshire, England, Great Britain
Overleden ‎19 jun 1873 Goderich Township., Huron East, Ontario, Canada‎, ongeveer 82 jaar 2)
Beroepen: ‎van 1841; Cotton Spinner, ‎van 1851; Agri. Lab. Agricultural Laberour.

Gehuwd ‎27 okt 1811 Kirkby Lonsdale, North Yorkshire, England, Great Britain 3) (maximaal 30 jaar gehuwd) met:

woman Sarah Redman‏‎
Geboren ‎± 1790 Kirkby Lonsdale, North Yorkshire, England, Great Britain
Overleden ‎voor 1841 Langcliffe, North Yorkshire, England, Great Britain‎
Also called Sarah Redmayne.

Kinderen:

1.
woman Mary Harrison‏‎
Gedoopt ‎28 feb 1813 Ingleton, North Yorkshire, England, Great Britain
2.
man Willam Harrison‏‎
Gedoopt ‎28 sep 1815 Giggleswick, Yorkshire, England, Great Britain
3.
man Isaac Harrison‏
Geboren ‎22 feb 1820 Langcliffe, North Yorkshire, England, Great Britain Langcliffe near Giggleswick and Settle.
Also 17 September 1720 is mentioned.
4)
Gedoopt ‎17 sep 1820 Giggleswick, Yorkshire, England, Great Britain 5)
Overleden ‎6 jul 1900 Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand Karori cemetery, section Public, Plot 181 D, record number 79534.‎, 80 jaar 4)
Begraven ‎9 jul 1900 Karori, Wellington, New Zealand 6)
Beroepen: ‎van 1841; Cotton Spinner, ‎van 1851; Hawker in cotton goods, ‎van 1861; Licenced Hawker Hawker / Huckster: Peddler or street seller. Itinerant street dealer who carried his wares with him. Often used as a term of abuse.
Possibly sailed Isaac (b1820 in Yorkshire, farmer) with the Duke of Edinburgh from London, 17 July 1874 and arrived 1 November 1874 in Lyttleton. Also are mentioned Benjamin Harrison (b1855 in Yorkshire, farm labourer) and Isabella (b1860 in Yorkshire).
4.
man John Harrison‏‎
Gedoopt ‎9 feb 1823 Giggleswick, Yorkshire, England, Great Britain
5.
man Joseph Harrison‏‎
Gedoopt ‎26 dec 1824 Giggleswick, Yorkshire, England, Great Britain
6.
man John Harrison‏‎
Geboren ‎± 1826 Langcliffe, North Yorkshire, England, Great Britain Twin with Joseph.1)
Beroep: ‎van 1841; Cotton Spinner
7.
man Joseph Harrison‏‎
Geboren ‎± 1826 Langcliffe, North Yorkshire, England, Great Britain Twin with John.1)
Beroep: ‎van 1841; Cotton Spinner
8.
woman Margaret Harrison‏‎
Geboren ‎ Langcliffe, North Yorkshire, England, Great Britain‎ 1)
Gedoopt ‎8 feb 1829 Giggleswick, Yorkshire, England, Great Britain
Beroep: ‎van 1841; Cotton Spinner
9.
man Henry Harrison‏‎
Geboren ‎± 1836 Langcliffe, North Yorkshire, England, Great Britain‎ 1)
Beroep: ‎van 1851; Piecen (Cotton) The cotton (or wool) 'Throstle' is the name of a machine for the continuous
Spinning of cotton (or wool) simultaneously onto long rows of, perhaps 300 or 400, Pirns or Bobbins.

A mill work-room would have many of these machines which the teams of Doffers would attend to. (The actual piecing of the thread during the process was done by another operative, known as a Piecer.)

Later improvements were made and a multi-thread spinning machine, known as
the 'Self Acting Mule' was invented by Samuel Crompton of Bolton in 1779.

The word 'Minder' refers to the operative in charge of the machine.
He ( and it would usually be a 'He' because of the physical nature of the
job!) would also have other assistants known as 'Piecers' whose work would
be to repair the threads as and when they broke during the spinning process.
He also had the help of teams of 'Doffers' when the 'Pirns' or 'Bobbins' became
filled on his 'Mule'.

A Weaver is the name of the operative of a loom which actually made cloth.

Interesting Snippet:-

Liverpool Journal 27th Jan 1849

DEATH OF THE FIRST POWER LOOM WEAVER

On tues last Mr Andrew KINLOCH, aged 89 died at the house of his son in Preston. In 1793 he set up the first power loom in Glasgow, with which the propelling power was his own hand, he managed after an outlay of 100 guineas to produce 90 yards of cloth. This sum, we may explain was jointly subscribed for the experiment by four members of Glasgow Chamber of Commerce. Shortly afterwards Andrew got the loom conveyed to Milton Print-field at Dumbuck where 40 looms on the same principle were erected under his special direction.. These machines can still be seen at POLLOCKSHAWS and PAISLEY. He left for England in 1800 setting up similar looms in different towns in Lancashire, the first at Stalybridge nr Manchester. Fifteen of these in a short time where moved to Westhoughton were they remained till 1812 when the hand loom weavers jealous of their interests being affected burned the factory to the ground along with 170 looms.


2e huwelijk
man James Harrison‏‎


Gehuwd ‎na 1841 (maximaal 32 jaar gehuwd) met:

woman Margaret Hurst‏‎

Bronnen

1) bron: 1841 Census, Langcliffe...
2) bron: https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JDTR-83D
3) bron: England Marriages, 1538–1973...
4) bron: Joan
5) bron: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N5NM-626
6) bron: MrsPhantom
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