2 edition of Bibbys of Conder Mill and their descendants. found in the catalog.
Bibbys of Conder Mill and their descendants.
John P. Bibby
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Book condition: Fine+ Book Description. Liverpool: John Pye Bibby (Printed By Henry Mathews and Sons), The idea of writing a family history was inspired with. J Bibby & Sons Ltd A full history of J. Bibby & Sons can be found in the book, “A Miller’s Tale”, co-written by John Benjamin Bibby and Charles Leslie Bibby.
InEdward Bibby, miller, bought. Another branch which is of interest are the Bibbys of Conder Mill, near Quernmore, Lancashire, further north than any of the other families. This was a corn mill bought by Edward Bibby (born in ) in Two grandsons of Edward Bibby founded J Bibby and.
There are several accounts published in this journal including: G Fandrey (see Reference 2). John P Bibby, The Bibbys of Conder Mill and their Descendants, Liverpool, Sue D Kenyon, Jennet Cragg, A Story of the Time of the Plague, undated. of King Edward Street, Liverpool.
Edward Bibby bought the Conder Mill, near Quernmore, Lancaster. The mill was passed via his son James Bibby to Edward's two grandsons, Joseph Bibby and James Bibby, who ran the business as J. Bibby and Sons. Around this time, the business first started to produce compound animal meal. THIS is the story of Edward and Mary Bibby and their descendants.
It is also the story of the early pioneers, the people who in the face of great difficulties laid the foundations for the prosperous life we know today. Conder Mill where Edward was bought up in England. HIS is the story of Edward and Mary Bibby and their descendants.
It is also the story of the early pioneers, the people who in the face of great difficulties laid the foundations for the prosperous life we know today. Conder Mill where Edward was brought up in England.
At its peak, Bibbys’ Garston works employed workers, mostly from south and north Wales or their descendants. Apparently, the Bibby family owners had “a paternalistic streak” and provided financial support for Copper Works, FC, which in the s was Garston’s leading amateur football club.
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Lands That the Dalton Family Owned in Lancashire Researched, complied & edited by Rodney G. Dalton from sources on the world wide web and from his family database.
We know that le Sieur de Dalton and his descendants owned the lands in Dalton *, where they took their these lands and places below are in Lancashire & Yorkshire and a few others. His father was a miller who owned Conder Mill in the village of Quernmore in Lancashire.
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