William Pickles Hartley

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Sir William Pickles Hartley (23 February 1846 – 25 October 1922), jam manufacturer and philanthropist, founded the Hartley's jam company.wikipedia
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Hartley's

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Sir William Pickles Hartley (23 February 1846 – 25 October 1922), jam manufacturer and philanthropist, founded the Hartley's jam company.
Hartley's was a grocers founded by Sir William Pickles Hartley near Pendle, Lancashire.

Colne

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He was born in Colne, Lancashire and attended a local British and Foreign School Society school.
Sir William Pickles Hartley, jam manufacturer and philanthropist, who founded the Hartley's Jam Company was born in Colne in 1846 and attended a local British and Foreign School Society school.

Hartley Victoria College

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In 1906 the Manchester theological college for training Primitive Methodist ministers was renamed Hartley College, Manchester (later Hartley Victoria College), in recognition of his benefactions.
In 1906 the Manchester theological college for training Primitive Methodist ministers was renamed Hartley College in recognition of the benefactions of Sir William Pickles Hartley of Hartley's jams.

Southport General Infirmary

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In 1928 Christiana Hartley, the daughter of Sir William Pickles Hartley the founder of Hartley's Jam, proposed to construct a Maternity Hospital for the town.

Lancashire

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He was born in Colne, Lancashire and attended a local British and Foreign School Society school.

Borough of Pendle

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The family had lived near Pendle since c. 1620 and worked as grocers, building Wycoller Hall towards the end of the 16th century.

Wycoller Hall

The family had lived near Pendle since c. 1620 and worked as grocers, building Wycoller Hall towards the end of the 16th century.

Bootle

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His jam, marmalade, and jelly sold well in his own distinctive earthenware pots and in 1874 the business transferred to Bootle.

Southport

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In 1880 Hartley moved to Southport, where he became known as an influential local benefactor and entrepreneur, and an active member of the local Methodist Church.

Methodism

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In 1880 Hartley moved to Southport, where he became known as an influential local benefactor and entrepreneur, and an active member of the local Methodist Church.

Elmfield College

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Cephas Hartley was instrumental in reviving Elmfield College when it was in danger of collapse in 1906.

Primitive Methodist Church

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Hartley was a Primitive Methodist and applied his Christian principles to business. In 1932 with the amalgamation of the Methodist Churches, the Primitive Methodist Hartley Lecture was combined with the Wesleyan Methodist Fernley Lecture to form the modern day Fernley-Hartley Lectures, which still continue today.

The Victorian Society

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In 1888 he built a model village at Aintree (since named by the Victorian Society as a set of heritage buildings at risk of disrepair ).

Metropolitan Borough of Holborn

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Equally generous to Primitive Methodism, he supported an organization for building chapels, acted as treasurer of its missionary society, and converted the old Holborn Town Hall into its national headquarters.

Methodist Church of Great Britain

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In 1932 with the amalgamation of the Methodist Churches, the Primitive Methodist Hartley Lecture was combined with the Wesleyan Methodist Fernley Lecture to form the modern day Fernley-Hartley Lectures, which still continue today.

Dictionary of National Biography

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Goodison Park

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Philanthropist William Hartley, a jam manufacturer and Robert William Hudson, a prominent soap-manufacturer supported Mahon.

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He married in 1899, Pollie Hartley, daughter of William Pickles Hartley of Southport.

Christiana Hartley

Christiana Hartley was born at Colne in Lancashire in 1872, the daughter of Sir William Pickles Hartley, the manufacturer and philanthropist who founded the Hartley's jam company and Margaret O’Connor Horsfield.

Victoria Building, University of Liverpool

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Much of this was raised by a public appeal and the private donors included Henry Tate, who gave £20,000 towards the building and a further £5,500 for books in the library, and William Hartley, who paid £4,300 for the clock and bells in the tower.

North West England

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Sir William Pickles Hartley of Lancashire founded Hartley's Jam in 1871, building a purpose-built village at Aintree.

Aintree Institute

The institute was founded in the 1890s by Sir William Pickles Hartley.

Architecture of Liverpool

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Both William Pickles Hartley and William Rathbone gave away a third of their income to charity.