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Clement Crowther (c1835-1896)
1896 Obituary 
CLEMENT CROWTHER died on January 17, 1896, at his residence, Greenhill, Kidderminster, at the age of sixty-one. He was very well known in the Midland iron trade, and was chairman of Knight and Crowther (Limited), having some years ago sold the businesses of which he was proprietor at Stour Vale, Falling Sands, and the Cookley Ironworks, Brockmoor, to that Company.
He also traded as the Central Iron, Steel, and Tinplate Company, with offices in Church Street, Kidderminster, and was interested in other important commercial undertakings.
He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1875.