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Stevenson, Jaques and Co

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1868. Blast furnaces.

of Acklam Pig Iron Works, Middlesbrough

1865 John Stevenson was one of the partners in Stevenson, Wilson, Jaques and Co who founded Acklam Iron Works

1866 See 1866 Cleveland Blast Furnaces for detail of furnaces

1866 The company was Stevenson, Wilson and Co, Acklam Iron Works, Middlesbrough.[1]

1869 A new furnace was being installed for Stevenson, Jaques and Co, to make pig iron[2]

1877 Petition for winding up the company presented by John Stevenson, of Middlesbrough, Ironmaster, Richard Machell Jaques, of Richmond, Ironmaster, and Joseph Dodds, of Stockton-on-Tees, M.P., in copartnership as Ironmasters, under the style or firm of Stevenson, Jaques, and Co.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1866 Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  2. The Times, Apr 05, 1869
  3. London Gazette 22 May 1877