Henry became the first president.
Henry Hargreaves
Thomas became the second president of the Nat
Thomas Aitken
James Hargreaves became sixth president.
James Hargreaves
Dr Joseph Hardman Worrall.
Dr Worrall
Herbert Bolton.
Herbert Bolton
Edmund Pilling donated his flint collection.
Edmund Pilling
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Alderman George Shepherd 3rd President
George Shepherd
William Marsden.
William Marsden
Rev Doxey donated a rhinoceros foot amongst many other oddities
Rev Doxey
James Horrocks fifth president
James Horrocks
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Jack Chew
Clarrie Read wrote many of his memoirs for others to read.
Clarried Read
Harold Stevenson.
Harold Stevenson
orman Ashworth
Norman Ashowrth
Ben  Ashowrth
Ben Ashworth
Arthur spent many hours cataloging the Nats vast collection of books.
Arthur Hargreaves
John acted as lanternist for many early lectures
John Hargreaves7
Dorothy Brassington
Dorothy Brassington
Arthur Earnshaw
Gordon wrote many local history books on the local mills, quarries and mines.
Gordon Taylor
Museum Curator for many years.
Arthur Shelton
Arthur Gittings
Arthur Gittings
Jim Parkinson
Jim Parkinson
Stanley Wilkinson
Stanley Wilkinson
John Harrison
John Harrison
James Horrocks
Harry Howard
Harry Howard
John Davies, ex miner and local historian spent many hours researching local mills and pubs and mines.
John Davies
John B Taylor, local historian and author of Stories in Stone
John B Taylor
Ken Simpson was museum curator for many years
Ken Simpson
John Bowditch membership secretary for four years.
John Bowditch
Harry O'Neil, was photograph librarian for many years.
Harry O’Neil
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