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Samuel Corbett and Son

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New Era.
Shropshire 1891
1892. Portable Grinding Mill.
1896. Grinding Mills.
Grinding Mill. Exhibit at Yankalilla Bay Museum.
On view at Tiverton Museum
On view at Tiverton Museum
January 1906.
1938.
1938.
1938.
1938.
c1940. Corbett's Grinding Mill.
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Exhibit at Kev's Kollection.
September 1947. Plymouth Grinding Mill.

Samuel Corbett and Son of Park Street Works, Wellington, Shropshire.

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1861 Beerseller and Agricultural Implement Maker employing 14 men and 5 boys.[1]

1867 Won a prize for hand-powered Corn screens at the Royal Agricultural Society's meeting[2]

1871 Employing 25 men and boys.[3]

1881 Employing 22 men and 8 boys.[4]

1889 Exhibited a root cleaner and pulper combined in the 1889 Royal Agricultural Show.

1890 June. Royal Agricultural Society’s Disintegrator and Grist Mill Trials. [5]

1938 Makers of Wheels and Axles for all purposes.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. The Times, Jul 18, 1867
  3. 1871 Census
  4. 1881 Census
  5. The Engineer of 27th June 1890. p521