JOSEPH CHADWICK, manufacturer and bank president, Newburgh, N. Y., born Heywood, Lancashire, England, October
24, 1841; educated at Townhead, Rochdale, Lancashire. He acquired a practical knowledge of the present business
in Manchester and at his father's cotton spinning mill at Rochdale. In 1865 he came to America and secured a position
with the Boiling Spring Bleaching, Dyeing & Finishing Company, Rutherford, N. J., and soon afterward arranged
for a lease of the concern and was in charge of the plant from 1868 to 1878. He was identified with educational,
church and public affairs of the community. In 1871 the site of the Newburgh Bleaehery was purchased by the Messrs.
Chadwick and the present buildings successively appeared, which are among the largest and best equipped of the
kind in the country, bleaqhing and finishing the finest cotton fabrics made. Mr. Chadwick is president of the company
and head of the firm of Joseph Chadwick & Sons.
Mr. Chadwick has been a resident of Newburgh since 1878, occupying a prominent position in business and social
circles; for many years a trustee and vice president of the Newburgh Savings Bank. He was elected president of
that institution in 1906. Member of the Merchants' Club of New York and the Powelton and Wheelmen's Club of Newburgh,
and one of the incorporators of the Newburgh City Club. Mr. Chadwick married Margaret, daughter of William Smith,
of Manchester, England, a prominent bleacher, dyer and finisher of cotton goods. Four sons and one daughter have
been born to them.
The History of Orange County New York
Edited by: Russel Headley
Van Deusen and Elms, Publishers
Middletown, N. Y. 1908
Orange County, NY
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