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Moses Eadon and Sons

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Moses Eadon and Sons Ltd. of President Works, Savile Street, Sheffield.

1823 Company established.

1902 Incorporated as a limited company.

1914 Manufacturers of steel, files, saws, machine knives, tools etc. Specialities: high-speed steel, twist drills and machine tools. Employees 400. [1]

1915 Address changed to Presidnet Works, Kelham Island, Sheffield.[2]

Sole manufacturer of Vingo high speed steels

1918 Incorporated in Sheffield Steel Products Ltd[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1914 Whitakers Red Book
  2. The Engineer 1915/12/10, p 564
  3. The Times, Nov 16, 1920