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James Jones (1853-1911)
1911 Obituary 
JAMES JONES died in March 1911 at the age of fifty-eight.
He represented Messrs. Grayson Lowood & Company of Deepcar, Sheffield, for a period of nearly six years, having previously occupied important positions at the Frodingham Steel Works, the Calder Bank Steel Works, the Bolton Steel Works, and the works of the Patent Shaft and Axletree Company, Limited.
He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1899, and was a constant attendant at its meetings.