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George Milsom

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of Bradford-on-Avon

1860 Advert: 'IRON FOUNDRY, TROWBRIDGE ROAD, BRADFORD-ON-AVON.
G. MILSOM, (late C. H. MILSOM) ENGINEER, MILLWRIGHT, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDER, Agricultural Implement Maker, &c. &c.
Sole Manufacturer of DYER’S PATENT FULLING MACHINES.
The following Articles* made to order : STATIONARY and Portable STEAM ENOINBS, Steam Boilers, Thrashing Machines, Hay Machines, . Horse- Rakes, Cheese Presses, Chaff Cutters for steam, horse or hand power, Turnip Cutters and Slicers, Malt Bruisers, Ploughs, and every other kind of Implement Made and Repaired on the shortest notice and at moderate charge.
G. M. having made arrangements with the first Implement Makers in the Kingdom, he is now enabled to offer any article at Maker’s prices.
CASTINGS of every description Made to Order or Pattern.'[1]


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Sources of Information

  1. Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser, 1 December 1860