2 edition of Benjamin Gott of Armley House, Leeds 1762 - 1840 found in the catalog.
Benjamin Gott of Armley House, Leeds 1762 - 1840
Veronica M. E. Lovell
|Series||Publications of the Thoresby Society -- vol.LIX, part 2, no.130|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45p. (p.ages numbered 177-221) ;|
|Number of Pages||221|
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Leeds, West Yorkshire [Bibliography] Up to The first Leeds parish workhouse was opened in at the north-east corner of the junction of Lady Lane and Vicar Lane. It appears to have fallen out of use, and from to the building was used by the Leeds Charity School. Leeds Central Home Superintendent's house, Provenance: from the library of Benjamin Gott (), cloth merchant and manufacturer, acquired at the British Museum duplicate sale of (front covers with gilt initials "Museum. Britannicum.", inked accession stamp on English titles verso, and release stamps dated ). Gott was a key figure of the Industrial Revolution.
General Baptist Beginnings in Leeds IN the summer of an iron chest, on which were inscribed the words "The Trustees of North St. Chapel, Leeds", was discovered during renovations to the Harehills Lane Baptist Church in Leeds. Its existence was known to a few of the old members, but. ALLAN FAMILY HISTORY. Younger and Allan family memorials Adel, West Yorkshire (who d. 10 Jan having been burned to death while reading in bed) and eldest dau of Benjamin Gott of Armley House, Leeds and his wife Elizabeth, dau of William Rhodes of Wentbridge and Abdy. See GOTT formerly of ARMLEY – Burke’s Landed Gentry Edition.
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Benjamin Gott, who was a prosperous cloth manufacturer, acquired the site in and lived there until his death in Humphry Repton () was consulted c and produced a Red Book, 'Armley House near Leeds in Yorkshire', his proposals being in part executed.
of Benjamin Gott and Sons. Benjamin Gott (24 June February ) was one of the leading figures in the industrial revolution, in the field of textiles. His factory at Armley Mills, Armley, Leeds, was once the largest factory in the world and is now home to the Armley Mills Industrial Museum.
Benjamin Gott was born inthe son of John Gott, a civil engineer, who lived at Calverley. He was educated at Bingley Grammar School, and at the age of eighteen was apprenticed to the Leeds woollen cloth merchants, Joseph Fountaine and John Wormald, for a fee of £ In Gott became a junior partner in the firm.
Journal of Historical Geography, 7,4 () Landscaping for a manufacturer: Humphry Repton’s commission for Benjamin Gott at Armley in Stephen Daniels Humphry Repton’s design for Benjamin Gott’s park at Armley near Leeds is an extraordinary but little known work, featuring woollen mills in its by: 6.
Armley is a district in the west of Leeds, West Yorkshire, starts less than 1 mile ( km) from Leeds city much of Leeds, Armley grew in the Industrial Revolution and had several mills, one of which houses now the Leeds Industrial Museum at Armley is predominantly and historically a largely working class area of the city, still retains many smaller Country: England.
Benjamin Gott, who was a prosperous cloth manufacturer, acquired the site in and lived there until his death in Humphry Repton () was consulted in about and produced a Red Book, 'Armley House near Leeds in Yorkshire', his proposals being in part executed.
Armley – A Brief History. 9th March (Benjamin Gott was an industrialist in Leeds and owned the largest textile mill in the world – now Armley Industrial Museum) and the story goes that a peddlar called Charlie Cake used to sell delicious patisseries and petits-gateaux across the area from the back of a cart pulled by his trusty.
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by G. Lumb. Benjamin Gott () the wool merchant, was John Gott's son by his second wife, Susanna Jackson. He was the first member of his family to rise to prominence in Leeds. His wealth enabled him to build a fine collection of art at Armley House, as well as helping to.
In Armley Mills was sold again, this time to Benjamin Gott – an important figure in the wool industry of Leeds who was also mayor of the city in It is Gott’s mill which survives largely intact today, as just a year after his purchase the mill was almost completely destroyed by fire.
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Gott's new Armley Mills was built on the same site, powered by 2 water wheels approx m (18 feet) in diameter and approx m (28 and a half feet) long and fitted with gearing which enabled them to exceed the output of steam engines until c Armley Park, the seat of the Gott family, and Leeds borough gaol, are near the railway station.
A Danish camp, called Giants' Hill, was an object of much antiquarian interest; but was cut through at the forming of the canal, and has been nearly effaced.
The living is a p. curacy in the diocese of Ripon. Value, £* Patron. the Vicar of Leeds. The Observer's Book of Silver by Elizabeth de Castres £ P&P: + £ P&P. The Great Exodus: the evacuation of Leeds school children, by Roy Boud. £ Benjamin Gott of Armley House, Leeds Patron of the Arts by Lovell.
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This web publication containspages of information andimages on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them. BENJAMIN GOTT () Armley House has suffered. Leeds. evolve. Book online at /evolve up to 31st January A.
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Burton. The House is currently occupied by the Leeds branch of the Alzheimer’s Society. Downstairs houses the Armley Grange Day Centre and upstairs is the Leeds branch office which offers a Carers’ Support Service for carers of people with dementia and an Outreach service for younger people with dementia.
Census return for Benjamin and his family, To arrange an appointment to view either of these items relating to the Armley Inclosure Act, please contact the Local and Family History department on 37or by e-mail: [email protected]
It’s got the best medical centre in Leeds and they’re building a new high school. All is not lost – in fact it’s good news. There’s a great community spirit with 70 people regularly attending our monthly forums when plans for Armley’s future are discussed.” He says there is plenty of work in Armley, but much of it .Check British Red Cross in Armley, 2 Armley Court, Armley Road on Cylex and find ☎contact info, ⌚ opening on: Ap Our new house was at 48 Winchester Road, Armley, Leeds 12 and was directly opposite one wall of Leeds prison, or Armley jail as it was known locally.