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Frederick Whittaker Scott

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Frederick Whittaker Scott (c1843-1903), of Atlas Steel and Iron Wire Rope Works, Reddish, Stockport

1875 of Messrs. Scott Brothers' Wire and Hemp Rope Works, West Gorton, Manchester.

1885 of Atlas Steel and Iron Wire Rope Works, Reddish, Stockport


1903 Obituary [1]

FREDERICK WHITTAKER SCOTT died at his residence, South Cliff, Reddish, in October 1903, at the age of sixty years.

More than twenty years ago he established the large business of the Atlas Wire Ropemaking Works, Reddish, of which he was the head up to the time of his death.

He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1897.


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