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English clergyman who invented the power loom (1743-1823)

a workman who makes and repairs carts and wagons

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Diane Cartwright, from Mynytho, Gwynedd, placed a chain around the door of the EE store in the Deiniol Shopping Centre at Bangor on Tuesday to try and get bosses to either give her a working phone or release her from her contract.
Mrs Cartwright, who is in her 50s, relies on her mobile phone to run her dog-grooming company called Porthma'DOG' in Porthmadog with husband Edmund, She claims her phone only receives an intermittent signal meaning her company was potentially losing hundreds of pounds from customers in missed calls.
Caroline Cartwright, 48, and her husband Steve, were hit with a noise abatement notice after neighbours, the local postman and a woman taking her child to school complained about them shouting and screaming during sex sessions.
When Mrs Cartwright was convicted of breaching the notice, magistrates made her subject of an anti-social behaviour order as well.
Caroline Cartwright, 48, claimed she was unable to stop shouting and screaming during lovemaking with her husband Steve.
Jobless Cartwright, of Washington, Tyne and Wear, told Newcastle Crown Court: "I did not understand why people asked me to be quiet because to me it is normal.
The hearing at Newcastle Crown Court heard that the Cartwrights' nightly sex sessions at their home in Hall Road, Concord, Washington, Tyne and Wear, were making their neighbours' lives' hell.
Neighbours said the Cartwrights' sex sessions would usually start around midnight and last for two or three hours, every night of the week, the court heard.
The Newcastle Crown Court was also presented with a ten-minute audio clip of the Cartwrights' romps, which were recorded over a five-day period in August.
Prosecutor Claire Ward said neighbours had complained to police on three separate occasions about early morning noises of shouting, moaning, groaning and a bed banging against the wall coming from the Cartwrights' home.
Calling all Cartwrights. Gerry Wood, from Bath, is researching the Cartwright family tree and trying to trace relatives of Fred Cartwright who died in Huddersfield in 1961 at the age of 65.
The Cartwrights acquired the 4.9-acre site from Paul Morriss Jr.
He handed down the jail sentences after hearing how the Cartwrights had unleashed a tirade of physical and verbal abuse at railway staff and police.
Caroline Cartwright, 48, is accused of flouting her anti-social behaviour order three times in 10 days.
Cartwright appeared before magistrates from custody having been arrested yesterday and charged with the third offence.