George Netherwood and Sons

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George Netherwood and Sons were alcohol merchants and brewers of Lindley, with a brewery at Weather Hill.


The business was established by farmer and brewer George Netherwood (1805-1868).

George's son Ellis worked as a master brewer for the firm. On Saturday 1 September 1883, he was found dead in one of the brewery's vats, apparently after having been overcome by the fermentation fumes.[1]

The business and its assets were sold as a going concern in May 1899.[2]

Notes and References

  1. "The Shocking Death of Mr Ellis Netherwood, of Lindley" in Huddersfield Daily Chronicle (04/Sep/1883).
  2. "Important Sale of Licensed Property" in Huddersfield Chronicle (06/May/1899).

George Netherwood and Sons


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