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Warehouse, St Mary's Place

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Basic information

Name
Warehouse, St Mary's Place.
Township
Barnsley.
Civil Parish
Barnsley.
Country
South Yorkshire.
Type of record
A.
NMRfn
63808.
NGR
SE 343 065.
UTM
53.55401312, -1.48373433

Description

Warehouse, stable and coach house built shortly before 1821 by Samuel Cooper, a Barnsley linen manufacturer, as base for putting-out yarn to domestic weavers. Warehouse, of three storeys and basement, and six bays long, has ground-floor offices; detached pedimented stable and coach house.

Pictures

Image of Warehouse, St Mary's Place (Barnsley, SY)

Image of Warehouse, St Mary's Place.

Ortophotographic map

Aerial photographic view of Warehouse, St Mary's Place (Barnsley, South Yorkshire).

Site

Map of Barnsley with its 21 textile mills.

Comments

1 Maxine

Posted

My 3x gt. grandfather William Hydes was in partnership with Samuel Cooper. Trade directories show that they operated their business as linen manufacturers from St Marys Place, this is probably the building they operated from. I'm thrilled to find it as I have very little information on the Hydes.

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