William Heap and his company, 1866. by John Millar

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Published by [Heap and Partners Ltd] in [Hoylake] .

Written in English

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  • Heap, William, -- b. 1826.,
  • Heap and Partners Limited.

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First published 1976.

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Open LibraryOL20780648M

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Books. Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Deals Store Author: John Millar. He died 19th March Heap, William [18??-1???] He was landlord of the Northgate Hotel, Halifax [] / landlord of the Woolpack, Halifax [] Heap, William [18????] Stone merchant and partner in Heap, Naylor & Company and Heap, Naylor & Goodyear.

He married Unknown. His wife was the sister of his partner Samuel Naylor. Heap, William. William Heap and His Company [J. Millar] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : J. Millar. This book is still in print today and is in demand from all over the World as one of the finest sources of information on the Great Railway builder Thomas Brassey who employed William Heap as his chief bridge builder before he left in to set up Heap & Partners.

William Heap and his company, by John Millar (Book) Thomas Brassey: an illustrated life of Thomas Brassey: by Jack Gould (Book). BUS1. JONES, H. Kay - Butterworths. History of a Publishing House. Butterworths1 st ed, x, p, 70 illus, cloth clean, slight soiling to edges, edges of dw worn £8 BUS2.

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Marshall and Cunliffe, cotton manufacturers. Abraham Marshall, cotton manufacturer. Edmund Barker, Calder Vale, cotton spinner and manufacturer. [??] Son of William Bottomley. Born at Shelf [16th July ]. He and his father worked for Briggs Priestly & Company, worsted manufacturers in Bradford.

Inhe moved to America, and worked with his brother Herbert at A. Priestly & Company at Camden, New Jersey. On 20th Januaryhe married Lucy Mary Pickering. William Gordon Heap was born on August 30to William Albert Heap and Charlotte Agnes Heap. William passed away on September 19at age one.

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Learn More. Early life and career. Bailey was born in Melbourne, Derbyshire, the son of William Heap Bailey and his wife Elizabeth née Worall.

Bailey attended the Derby Mechanics Institution and joined the Civil Service in as an assistant bookkeeper in the Science & Arts Department.

Inhe moved to the Civil Service Commission and then in to the Paymaster General's office. The business' founder, William Heap, was Thomas Brassey's Bridge Master at the Canada Works from until and David Millar is only the fifth managing director of Heap and Partners since the. Mary Elizabeth [] Edith [] Laura May [b ] His wife was the sister of his partner William Heap.

He was a partner in Heap, Naylor & Company and Heap, Naylor & Goodyear. The family lived at Brookfoot House [, ] Naylor, Susan. She is my G G grandmother, she married Thomas Heap 16 Feband is the daughter of Charles Berrington from Bedford in he was a builder and moved to Liverpool one of the roads he built is named af Cowley's from Isle of Man Posted on: 17 Mayby Ann Marie Johnstone.

Surnames > Cowley from the Isle of Man in England. William heap was born on Ap at Moss Lane in Hulme, Lancashire, England. He was christened on May 9, at St. George's Church in Hulme. His parents were Jonathan Heap (a brewer's agent and dry earth closet manufacturer) and Hannah Robinson.

William attended Sandicroft College near Northwich for two. On the back was written ‘Mr Heap’s Bus’. 2/Lt. Frank Gustave Heap had commanded D51 Deborah. The request for information had come from his grandson, William Heap. Frank Heap was awarded an MC for guiding half his crew to safety after Deborah was disabled by shell-fire.

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Known primarily for transporting immigrants, in the line started. William had 8 siblings: John Heap, Alice Heape and 6 other siblings. William married Elizabeth Heape (born Grim) on month dayat age 27 at marriage place.

Elizabeth was born on. Arthur William Heap was born inat birth place, to Alfred James Heap and Alice Theresa Heap (born McNamara). Alfred was born inin Orange, New South Wales, Australia.

Alice was born on October 19in Queensland, Australia. Arthur had 2 siblings: Edmund Thomas Heap. William Heap in the US. We found 21 records in 18 states for William Heap in the US. The top state of residence is Florida, followed by Texas.

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Early years. William B. Henderson was born on Septem in Maysville, Georgia to Andrew H. Henderson and Floria Olivia McDonald. He arrived in Tampa (then Fort Brooke) in October with his parents.

His father was an Irish farmer and an invalid who lived on the corner of Florida Avenue and Whiting Street.

Henderson attended the first school in Tampa, established by William P.William Willis Blackford was born on Main Fredericksburg, the second of six sons and third of eight children of William Mathews Blackford and Mary Berkeley Minor Blackford.

At age eleven he accompanied his father to Bogotá, New Granada, where his father served for .Lieutenant-Colonel William Harding (16 August – 13 January ) of Upcott in the parish of Pilton in Devon, was a British antiquary, geologist and army officer.

He was a Fellow of the Geological Society and after his retirement from the Army was an active member of the Exeter Diocesan Architectural and Archaeological Society. He is known for his History of Tiverton (2 volumes.

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