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Warners, Lucas and Barrett

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Warners', Lucas and Barrett of Norton, near Stockton-On-Tees

of London

Iron Manufacturers

1858 William Barrett, ironmaster, Edmund Lucas, ironmaster, of Warners', Lucas and Barrett[1]

1862 Lucas Barratt exhibited at 1862 London Exhibition.

1865 The Norton Iron Co was formed for the purpose of purchasing the plant, freehold property, stock-in-trade, and goodwill of the firm of Messrs. Warners, Lucas and Barrett, of Norton, near Stockton-on-Tees, and of working the same. The sale was largely a result of the death of Mr Lucas of the Coal Exchange who had a large holding in the firm[2]

Also see Warner, Lucas and Barrett

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Sources of Information

  1. 1858 Durham Post Office Directory
  2. The Times, Aug 24, 1865