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Marmaduke Wardlow

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Marmaduke Wardlow (c1864-1922) of S. and C. Wardlow

1922 Obituary [1]

MARMADUKE WARDLOW died on October 5, 1922, at the age of fifty-eight.

He was head of the firm of S. and C. Wardlow, crucible steel manufacturers of Portobello Steelworks, Sheffield, and Congress Works, Oughtibridge.

He was the only son of the late Mr. Charles Wardlow, who with his brother Samuel founded the firm in 1883. When twenty-one years of age he entered the firm as partner, and became sole proprietor in 1892. He had been a member of the Cutlers' Company since 1907, and last year filled the position of Master Cutler.

He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1893.

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