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Biggs, John (1801–1871), hosier and political reformer, was born at Leicester, first of the seven children of John Biggs (1774–1827), hosier, and his wife, Elizabeth, née Heggs (1780–1862), of Arnesby, Leicestershire. By the time his father died in 1827 the firm of John Biggs & Sons...

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Boland, Henry James [Harry] (1887–1922), tailor's cutter and Irish revolutionary, was born on 27 April 1887 at 6 Dalymount Terrace, Phibsborough Road, north Dublin, the third of five children of James Henry Boland (1856–1895), paving overseer for the Dublin corporation, and Catherine (...

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Eccarius, John George (1818–1889), tailor and political activist, was born Johann Georg Eccarius in Friedrichroda in the duchy of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg (in current-day Thuringia in Germany) on 23 August 1818, the fourth son of the master tailor Johann Heinrich Eccarius (1776–1844) and his wife, ...

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Holland, Ralph (d. 1452), tailor and alderman of London, was possibly from Newington, Surrey, where he owned property. He had married a woman called Matilda by 1419, when he was already a successful cloth merchant. He owned shops in various parishes in London...

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Anthony John Mundella (1825–1897) by London Stereoscopic Co., c. 1883 ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Mundella, Anthony John (1825–1897), hosiery manufacturer and politician, was born at Leicester on 28 March 1825. His father, Antonio Mundella, a political refugee from Como in Italy, emigrated to England about 1820 and was naturalized at Bradford where he first settled. Shortly thereafter he moved to ...

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Towle, James (1780–1816), stocking knitter and machine breaker, was a native of Basford, Nottingham. Almost nothing is known about his private life except that he had a wife and four children. Luddism—attacking machines in the name of ‘King Ludd’—had broken out in the cloth-finishing trade of the ...