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F. Churton

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Frederick Churton of St. Mary's Foundry, Britannia Wharf, Southampton

1846 Advertisement: 'St. Mary's Foundry, Britannia Wharf, Southampton. FREDK. CHURTON, ENGINEER, IRON-FOUNDER, and GENERAL MACHINIST, Manufacturer of Steam Engines for agricultural and general purposes, Cranes, Crabb Engines, Hydraulic and Screw Presses, Horse Powers, Iron Pug Mills, Weighing Machines for goods and cattle, Water Wheels, and Mill Work in general. CASTINGS for BUILDERS, Columns, Girders, Rain Water Pipes Sash Weights, Furnace Work, Gratings, Wall Ties, Railing Work, etc. IRON SHEEP HURDLES 5s 6d each, Iron Pumps, Garden Rollers, and every description of Wrought and Cast Iron Work. IRON PIG TROUGHS, 3s. 3d. PER FOOT RUN. CIRCULAR REVOLVING DITTO, 25s. EACH. Estimates Given.' [1]

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  1. Hampshire Advertiser - Saturday 27 June 1846