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William Chadwick

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William Chadwick (1810-1870)

1866 William Chadwick, Monkbridge Iron Works, Leeds.[1]

1870 July 10th. Died.

1871 Obituary [2]

WILLIAM CHADWICK was born at Leeds on the 10th June 1810.

In 1833 he was engaged by the Low Moor Iron Company as their agent in Leeds and the district; and continued so until 1843, when he took up the dyeing business of his brother. This business he afterwards relinquished, and again entered the iron trade; and he represented the Monk Bridge Iron Company at the time of his death, which took place suddenly on the 10th July 1870 at the age of sixty.

He became an Associate of the Institution in 1866.

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