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T. Attbury

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T Attbury & Co., Ironfounders, Bagillt

1854 Advertisement: 'IRON FOUNDRY. T. ATTBURY & CO., BAGILLT, NEAR HOLYWELL,
Are thankful to the Public for the Orders they have been favoured with, and beg to state that they are prepared to complete Castings for Engines, Mills, and Machinery in general. Also, Grates, Fire Bars, Ovens, Pans, Boilers, all kinds of Miter, and other Wheels, cast to order; Shell Boards, and Sheaths for Ploughs ; all kinds of Weights, Force and other Pumps, all sizes of Piping, Box or Flange Ends, with Spouts, Iron Bedsteads. Loam Work, Lathe Work, and Pattern Making attended to on the Premises. April 6th, 1854.'[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. North Wales Chronicle, 29 April 1854