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Joseph Warner and Sons

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of Hewell Works, Redditch, Worcs

1830 Company established by Richard Warner.

1840 Became R. Warner and Son.

1853 Joseph Warner took over the company.

1878 Became Joseph Warner and Sons.

1909 Incorporated as a limited company.

1914 Manufacturers of fishing hooks, rods, lines and tackle. Specialities: greenheart and split-cane fishing rods, artificial flies and baits, silk, flax, hemp and other lines, fish hooks for sea, lake and river, fishing reels and nets, tackle for fish of all kinds, silkworm, gut etc. Employees: Office - 12. [1]

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