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The monks collected tithes from the town and gained rights to an extra market day on Monday and to extend the annual fair from two to three days.The townsmen of Rotherham formed the "Greaves of Our Lady's Light", an organisation which worked with the town's three guilds.
In the mid 13th century, John de Vesci and Ralph de Tili gave all their possessions in Rotherham to Rufford Abbey, a period of growing wealth in the church.Its name is from Old English hām 'homestead, estate', meaning 'homestead on the Rother'.The river name was carried into Old English from Brittonic branch of Celtic words: ro- 'over, chief' and duβr 'water', thus 'main river'; a similar size namesake is in East Sussex, see Rother.The Walker family built an iron and steel empire in the 18th century, their foundries producing high quality cannon, including some for the ship of the line HMS Victory, and cast iron bridges, one of which was commissioned by Thomas Paine.Rotherham's cast iron industry expanded rapidly in the early 19th century, the Effingham Ironworks, later Yates, Haywood & Co, opened in 1820. Micklethwait and John and Richard Corker of the Ferham Works.
is a large town in South Yorkshire, England, which together with its conurbation and outlying settlements to the north, south and south-east forms the Metropolitan Borough of Rotherham, with a recorded population of 257,280 in the 2011 census.