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Fenton and Co

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1780 A smelter on the river Tawe was operated Fenton and Co, of Leeds up to 1797 when it was taken over by the Rose Copper Co

1846 The Partnership between James Bray and James Fenton, as Engineers and Brass and Iron Founders, at the Railway Foundry, in Hunslet, Leeds, and elsewhere, in the county of York, under the respective styles or firms of Edward Brown Wilson and Company, Fenton, Craven, and Company, and Fenton and Company, was dissolved by mutual consent[1][2]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 6 November 1846
  2. The Manchester Times and Gazette, Friday, November 13, 1846