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James Brindley. That adds to the immense tragedy of his death: a life lost for no reason whatsoever. It is hard to envisage the feral youth who plunged a knife into the year-old’s heart being Author: Mike Lockley. James Brindley was raised in Leek and went on to become the greatest canal engineer of his time. Gordon Brindley, a direct descendant, tells the story of his famous ancestor.
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The book simply tells the history of the people involved in the building of the Bridgewater canal, particularly James Brindley. Sadly lacks schematics and maps of his works, something that is fundamental to the understanding of the task involved on its development.4/5(10). James Brindley: The First Canal Builder - Kindle edition by Corble, Nick.
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James Brindley BNI is a group of like Followers: Synopsis James Brindley invented the canal in Britain, creating the spark for the industrial revolution and canal. This is the first twentieth-century Brindley biography. About the Author Nick Corble is a freelance author from High Wycombe and is a 4/5(13).
James Brindley comes alive through the pages of her book which is full of detail about the politics of canal construction and the over-reliance on a small group of pioneers to push the work to successful conclusions.
Sadly, many pioneers did not live to see the true success of their labours; this is also the case with James Brindley - THE Canal 5/5(4).
James Brindley was born in in Tunstead, Derbyshire. His parents were James Brindley and Susanna Bradbury. His family moved to Leek in about He married Ann Henshall and they had two daughters. He died 27 September James Brindley, (bornTunstead, near Buxton, Derbyshire, Eng.—died Sept.
30,Turnhurst, Staffordshire), pioneer canal builder, who constructed the first English canal of major economic importance. Beginning as a millwright, Brindley designed and built an engine for draining coalpits at Clifton, Lancashire, in In the Duke of Bridgewater hired him to.
James Brindley passed away on Ma at the age of 72 in Shorewood, Wisconsin. Funeral Home Services for James are being provided by Feerick Funeral Home - Born: A teenager who murdered fitness instructor James Brindley after stabbing him in the heart as he made his way home from a night out Author: Marion Brennan.
James Brindley () was one of the early canal engineers who worked on some of the first canals of the modern era. He played an essential role in shaping the way canals were built during the Industrial Revolution. Brindley was part of what the English Heritage Book of Canals calls the ‘pioneering’ phase of canal construction.
He cut. James Brindley Edit Profile engineer. James Brindley was an English engineer. Background Born in in the Peak District, which in those days was extremely isolated into a well-to-do family of yeoman farmers and craftsmen. Education His parents were in very humble circumstances, and he received little or no education.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smiles, Samuel, James Brindley and the early engineers. London: J. Murray, James Brindley essentially invented the canal in Britain, engineering the Bridgewater Canal in and creating the spark for the industrial revolution.
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Click here for more information. I Understand. A teenager will be sentenced over the murder of James Brindley last year. The year-old died after being stabbed once in the heart as he walked home in Aldridge, near Walsall, late on June It can be said of few men that without them the course of their nation's history would have been very different, yet through the force of his ideas and sheer bloody-mindedness, James Brindley, the first great canal builder, provided the spark that ignited the Industrial Revolution, united the nation and set Britain on course to become the world's first superpower.
James Brindley essentially invented the canal in Britain, engineering the Bridgewater Canal in and creating the spark for the industrial revolution.
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As a boy he showed little inclination for book learning, but his talents were revealed by making models of water and wind mills.