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Ibbotroyd Mill, WadsworthRef 15-343
Built around 1798.

The Leeds Intelligencer [Monday 24th December 1798] announced


Mill In Wadsworth. To Be Let By Ticket

for a term not exceeding Twenty-one years.

A newly erected Mill, at Ibbotsroyd in Wadsworth, Three Stories high capable of having a great deal of work done in it, having a Fall of Fifteen Yards and a never failing Supply of Water with power to turn Six Cotton Engines.

These are two Water Wheels already fixed to the Mill and which are quite new.

Details from Mr Patchett in Halifax and at the house of Mr Patchett, Old White Bear Inn, Hebden Bridge

 


Owners and tenants of the mill have included

 

Illingworth Edge QuarriesRef 15-1072


Owners and tenants of the quarries have included

 

Illingworth Mill, EllandRef 15-513
South Lane

Illingworth Mills, OvendenRef 15-21
Worsted / Woollen mill.

Run by the Isles family and then by William Calvert.


Owners and tenants of the mills have included

 

Inchfield coal minesRef 15-I19
There were many – mainly drift mines – in the Todmorden, Walsden and Inchfield district

Inchfield Corn Mill, WalsdenRef 15-306
Aka Travis Mill, Walsden.

See J. & J. Bairstow

Inchfield Mill, WalsdenRef 15-393
Aka Travis Mill, Walsden

Inchfield Pasture Cotton MillRef 15-337
Aka Stoneswood Mill, Walsden

Inchfield Picker Works, WalsdenRef 15-111
Inchfield Road.


Owners and tenants of the works have included

 

See Picker

Ing Head Mill, SowerbyRef 15-451
Stood next to Higgin Mill

Ingwood Mill, West ValeRef 15-I80
Stainland Road. Aka Ing Wood Mills. Built on the Black Brook. The mill was demolished in 19??. A health centre stands on the site.

The former office building still stands to the east of the Greetland Viaduct.


Owners and tenants of the mills have included

 

See Ingwood, Greetland and Onecliffe Mill, West Vale

Intake Quarry, NorlandRef 15-732


Owners and tenants of the quarry have included

 

Isaac Collinge MillRef 15-173
Upper Calder Valley

Italy Mill, TodmordenRef 15-112
Bacup Road, Cloughfoot. A water-powered cotton mill which operated in the 19th century. The mill was named for an old cottage called Italy which stood in the area earlier.

The mill was demolished in 1???. The remains can be seen near the Bacup Road above Cloughfoot



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