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Bramah, Cochrane and Deeley

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of Tipton

At a very early age, Alexander Brodie Cochrane became a partner of John Joseph Bramah, and started in business as an Ironfounder at Bilston.

Subsequently, in conjunction with Mr. Cochrane’s father, they founded the Woodside Ironworks and Foundry, which was carried on with much success until the death of Mr. Bramah.

1842 Dissolution of the partnership of John Joseph Bramah, Alexander Brodie Cochrane, Senior and Alexander Brodie Cochrane, Junior of the Woodside Ironworks, Dudley, ironmasters[1].

Late 1840s William Dempsey obtained an engagement in the works of Bramah, Cochrane and Deeley at Tipton.


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Sources of Information

  1. The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent 13 August 1842