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Thomas OLIVER
(1786 - 1858)
 
 
Mary LOMAS
 
 
 

Married
 bd.  
 dd.  Deceased, age not recorded
 occ.  Cotton mill business owner
 rel.  Weslyan Methodist
 res.  He lived at Hollin Old Hall, Kerridge, Cheshire, UK
 src.   [21]
 bd.  
 dd.  Deceased, age not recorded
 res.  UK

William Creswick Lomas OLIVER

Child (1):

Thomas Creswick OLIVER ( - 1939)

Notes for William Creswick Lomas OLIVER

One of the partners in Thomas Oliver & Sons, Waterhouse Mill, Bollington.

The partnership with his brother Thomas Oliver was dissolved Dec 22nd, 1882.

Established with others the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Sunderland Street, Macclesfield in 1882.

William was building new cottages in Bollington and leasing them to mill workers, eg. this example from the Land Registry:

The Leasehold land ... of the ... Title filed at the Registry and being 3 Adlington Road, Bollington [SK10 5JT].

Short particulars of the lease(s) (or under-lease(s)) under which the land is held:
Date: 26 June 1860.
Term: 999 years from 25 March 1859.
Rent: £4.5s.0d [per annum].
Parties: (1) Thomas Oliver and William Creswick Lomas Oliver [brothers].
(2) Isaac Wright.
NOTE: The lease comprises also 1, 5, 7 and 9 Adlington Road.

Sources

21.  Book, Revd. A C Oliver, 1940, History of (Thomas Oliver & Sons Ltd) during 150 Years, Happy Valley: Thomas Oliver & Sons, history

Database family record updated: 23 April 2013


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