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Thomas Vaughan

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1870. Nutting machine. Designed with Emile Watteeu.

Thomas Vaughan (1834-1900) of the South Bank Iron Co

1834 Born in Walker, Northumberland, son of John Vaughan and his wife Eleanor[1]

1858 Married Catherine Jane Macfarlan in Blythswood, Glasgow[2]

1865 Joined Inst of Civil Engineers as an associate

1871 Thomas Vaughan 36, ironmaster JP, lived in Gunnergate, with Catherine J Vaughan 30, Eleanor L M Vaughan 11, Catherine J M Vaughan 8[3]

By 1878 Thomas Vaughan and Co were out of business

1879 Sold the Southbank Ironworks to Bolckow, Vaughan and Co[4]

1881 Thomas Vaughn 47, gentleman, JP, DL, Catherine Jane Vaughn 41[5]

1891 Thomas Vaughan 55, gentleman, magistrate, DL, lived in Lofthouse with Catherine J Vaughan 49[6]

1900 Died in Guisborough[7]

1900 Obituary.[8]

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