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Joseph Barraclough and Sons

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of Union Foundry, Barnsley

formerly trading as Joseph Barraclough

1898 Advertisement. Joseph Barraclough and Sons, Union Foundry, Barnsley,[1]

1904 News atem. 'Recently tho directors of the Mountain Colliery, Limited, Gorseinon, South Woles, put in motion a powerful new winding machine. The engine has 36in. cylinders, 6ft. stroke, and 18ft. drum. It is intended to sink 300 yards to reach the four-feet coal beneath Longhor vein. The engines were made and erected Messrs. Joseph Barraclough and Sons, of Barnsley.'

1922 Bankrupt. '... for the benefit of Creditors, executed on the 12th day of April, 1922, by SAM BARRACLOUGH, trading as Joseph Barraclough & Sons, at the Union Foundry, Barnsley...'[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Thursday 10 November 1898
  2. The London Gazette Publication date:3 November 1922 Issue:32763 Page:7847