Some accounts survive from the period 1786-1817, including records of European and American trade. Although the majority of later financial records are not present, ledgers cover the 1851-1886 period. The majority of the deeds and wills date from the late seventeenth to mid-nineteenth centuries and refer primarily to properties within Nottingham.
Records of J. and H. Hadden and Company Limited, Hosiers, Nottingham, 1685-1915
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- ReferenceGB 159 Ha
- Dates of Creation1685-1915
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical Description1 box and 7 volumes
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Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Hadden firm was established in 1787 by three brothers, all hosiers, from Aberdeen. Initially they set up as merchant hosiers but by 1856 had built their own factory on Stanford Street, Nottingham.
Haddens became a limited company in the early twentieth century, lasting into the 1930s when it went into liquidation and was sold.
The records are divided into two series, Accounts and Deeds, within which a chronological arrangement is followed.
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- In the Reading Room, University of Nottingham Library: Typescript Catalogue, 5 pp
- At the National Register of Archives, London: Typescript Catalogue, 5 pp
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The Library acquired the records in 1952.