Last name: ASHMORE
Titles and Honours:
Date of birth: 1920-11-07
Date of Election: 1979-01-01
Honorary Member? No
Present in the Dictionary of National Biography? No
'The Development of Power in Britain' (MacMillan, 1967)
'Industrial Archaeology of Lancashire' (David and Charles, 1969)
'Industrial Archaeology of Stockport' (MU Extra-mural Dept. 1975)
'Industrial Archaeology of North West England' (Manchester University Press, 1982)
Place of Residence: 5 Flowery Field, Woodsmoor,Stockport, Cheshire, SK2 7ED
Professor and Director of Extra-mural Studies, University of Manchester.
Educ: King Edward VII School; Peterhouse, Cambridge
War: Royal Artillery (1941-46)
University of Manchester Extra-Mural Dept. 1950-63
Deputy Director, Associate Director of above 1963-75
Assoc. of Industrial Archaeology.
Fellow of Soc. of Antiquaries.
Railway & Canal Historical Soc.
Lancashire & Cheshire Antiquarian Soc.
Historic Soc. of above
Record Soc. of above
Derbyshire Archaeological Soc.