James Cropper (abolitionist)

James Cropper
James Cropper (1773–1840) was an English businessman in Liverpool and philanthropist, known as an abolitionist.wikipedia
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John Cropper

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They had two sons, John and Edward, who survived him, and a daughter, who married Joseph Sturge of Birmingham, and died in giving birth to her first child.

Liverpool

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James Cropper (1773–1840) was an English businessman in Liverpool and philanthropist, known as an abolitionist.

Abolitionism

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James Cropper (1773–1840) was an English businessman in Liverpool and philanthropist, known as an abolitionist.

Winstanley, Greater Manchester

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He was born at Winstanley, Lancashire into a Quaker family, the son of Thomas Cropper and his wife Rebecca Winstanley.

Quakers

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He was born at Winstanley, Lancashire into a Quaker family, the son of Thomas Cropper and his wife Rebecca Winstanley.

Liverpool and Manchester Railway

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Cropper was an active director of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway from 1830.

Industrial school

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In 1833 he decided to start an industrial school for boys, in the area of agriculture; and after visiting Germany and Switzerland, he built a school and orphan-house on his estate at Fearnhead, near Warrington, with a house for himself.

Warrington

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In 1833 he decided to start an industrial school for boys, in the area of agriculture; and after visiting Germany and Switzerland, he built a school and orphan-house on his estate at Fearnhead, near Warrington, with a house for himself.

Joseph Sturge

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They had two sons, John and Edward, who survived him, and a daughter, who married Joseph Sturge of Birmingham, and died in giving birth to her first child.

James Cropper (politician)

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His father was the philanthropist and slavery abolitionist John Cropper, and his grandfather was James Cropper.

Adam Hodgson

James Cropper (1773–1840) through business connections with the Rathbone and Benson families came to know the Hodgsons; all three belonged to the Society.

African Institution

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It involved James Cropper and Thomas Babington Macaulay, and was somewhat more open in approach.