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J. Balls (Bryanston)

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Churh radiator, Blandford Forum

John Balls of Bryanston (Bryanstone), Blandford Forum, Dorset

Iron founders

1871 Iron railings for Lytchett Minster [1]

1883 'SUDDEN DEATH.- With deep regret a large number of our readers will learn on Monday morning a telegram was received to the effect that Mr. John Balls, machinist, of Bryanstone, died suddenly at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, on the previous evening. Mr. Balls, who has lived at Bryanstone 35 years, was universally respected, and by none more than the men in his employ. He was 65 years of age.'[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Western Gazette - Friday 31 March 1871
  2. Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Saturday 25 August 1883