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T. and I. Bradley and Sons

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Presumably successor to Thomas and Isaac Bradley, involving the sons of the principals thus B. G. and W. H. Bradley

1900 T. and I. Bradley and Sons, pig iron manufacturers, Darlaston Green furnaces, Darlaston[1]

1906 T. and I. Bradley and Sons Ltd was incorporated to acquire the blast furnaces, ironworks, plant, etc. known as the Darlaston Blast Furnaces at Darlaston Green and take-over as going concern the business of pig iron manufacturers; William Henry Smith Bradley was one of the directors; other members of the Bradley family (Bernard Grove Bradley, Barbara Beatrice Bradley) were also shareholders and there were a number of other shareholders.[2]

The company eventually became Bradley and Foster.[3]

By 1911 William James Foster was proprietor of an ironworks - possibly it was this one as he was later recorded as chairman and proprietor of Bradley and Foster

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Sources of Information

  1. 1900 Kelly's Directory
  2. Companies House filing
  3. Companies House filing