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  1. Richard Arkwright junior (19 December 1755 – 23 April 1843), the son of Sir Richard Arkwright of Cromford, Derbyshire, was a mills owner, turned banker, investor and financier (creditor) of many successful state and private entreprises of the British Industrial Revolution which his father had helped to catalyse.

    • 19 December 1755, Bolton
  2. His support for the Tory cause was never in doubt. He died in 1843 worth £3 ¼ million, a wealthier man by far than his father. Sir Richard Arkwright is remembered for his inventions – as father of the factory system – Richard Arkwright juniors achievement was the foundation of a dynasty.

  3. 14 de abr. de 2021 · Richard Arkwright junior, the son of Sir Richard Arkwright of Cromford, Derbyshire, was the financier (creditor) of Samuel Oldknow of Marple and Mellor and a personal friend. His son Captain Arkwright married Francis Kemble, daughter of the theatre manager Stephen Kemble.

    • Bolton, England
    • Mary Arkwright, Mary Simpson
    • England
    • December 19, 1775
  4. This is the definitive biography of Sir Richard Arkwright (1732-1792) and the first detailed account of the life of his only son Richard Arkwright junior (1755-1843), and the dynasty of land owning gentry he founded and sustained from his immense wealth.

  5. Richard Arkwright junior, Susannah Arkwright Signature Sir Richard Arkwright (23 December 17323 August 1792) was an English inventor and a leading entrepreneur during the early Industrial Revolution .

    • Sir Richard Arkwright
  6. Chesterfield Town Hall. Photo credit: Chesterfield Town Hall. Send information to Art Detective. Pickersgill was a nineteenth-century painter specialising in portraits. Many of his works are held by the National Portrait Gallery. Richard Arkwright Junior was the son of Sir Richard Arkwright of Cromford Mill.

  7. Introduction. This scoping report sets out findings from a short research project into the slavery connections of the Arkwrights from the later 18th to the mid 19th centuries undertaken in April to July 2021. It has a specific focus on Richard Arkwright senior, Richard Arkwright junior and Augustus Peter Arkwright.