See also

Joseph ROE ( -c. 1820)

1. Joseph ROE, son of Charles ROE ( - ), died circa 1820. He married Margaret HOPKINS.

 

Joseph Roe of Macclesfield was one of the sons of Macclesfield's great entrepreneur, Charles Roe, a silk manufacturer who expanded into copper mining and smelting on a large scale owning mines on Anglesey, in Cumbria, Cheshire and elsewhere. Joseph and Margaret Roe lived Macclesfield for a while before moving to Congleton, Cheshire. They lived in Moody Hall, WestStreet, Congleton and the house can still be seen today. Joseph was recorder of Macclesfield at one time but he also owned the Dane Mill silk mill and other property in Congleton. Sometime after Joseph's death (1820-21), Margaret and her daughter Mary moved to a house in Leek, Staffordshire, directly opposite that of her niece Mrs Mary Elizabeth Cruso nee Badnall.
Both buildings still stand in Leek.

 

Margaret HOPKINS and Joseph ROE had the following children:

 

John William ROE ( - )

George ROE ( - )

Jane ROE ( - )

Stockdale ROE ( - )

Margaret ROE ( - )

Frances ROE ( - )

Harriet ROE ( - )

Hannah ROE ( - )

Mary Elizabeth ROE ( - )

Second Generation

2. Charles ROE was a Silk Manufacturer, Mine Owner and industrialist.

 

Charles Roe was a silk manufacturer who expanded into copper mining and smelting on a large scale owning mines on Anglesey, in Cumbria, Cheshire and elsewhere.

 

Charles ROE had the following children:

 

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Joseph ROE ( -c. 1820)