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T. W. Lord

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Albion Mill formerly occupied by Lord and Brooke

1852 Flax and Tow machinery being sold off by T. W. Lord (Thomas W. Lord) at Albion Mill [1]

1853 Advertising 'Improved Spiral Preparing Machines' manufactured by him for spinners. Also other patented machines. [2]

1854 T. W. Lord, machine maker and ironfounder is 'decling the business' and the equipment is offered for sale. [3]

1855 T. W. Lord of Albion Foundry advertising as a licensed valuer of machinery, tools etc. [4]

1856 Albion Foundry taken over by Greenwood and Batley

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Sources of Information

  1. The Leeds Mercury, Saturday, September 25, 1852
  2. The Leeds Mercury, Saturday, January 15, 1853
  3. Manchester Times, Wednesday, September 27, 1854
  4. The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent, Saturday, September 01, 1855