Monthly Archives: November 2010

Great plans for the future…but what are they?

Can anyone help us identify several machinery and building plans or drawings which we have in the Bealey collection but so far have been unable to identify.   Some seem to be sketches, while others are obviously detailed drawings but … Continue reading

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Lest we forget…the Bealey’s and the Great War part 3

So far I have told you about the members of the Bealey family who died in WWI but now I’m going to tell you a bit about some of the men from the Bealey’s bleach and chemical works who also fought, some … Continue reading

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Lest we forget…the Bealey’s and the Great War part 2

As in the previous blog, this one is about a member of the Bealey family, Adam Crompton Bealey Jr. who was the youngest brother of Herbert Bealey, the last member of the family to be involved in the family business. … Continue reading

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Lest we forget…the Bealey’s and the Great War part 1

The Bealey family were involved in World War I, or The Great War as it is sometimes known, both as a family and as a business. Over the next few blogs, I will be telling their stories. With the help of Philip Mather from the … Continue reading

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