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Tees Furnace Co

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Iron Masters and Mine Owners, of Prudential Chambers, Albert Road, Middlesbrough (head office); Lackenby Iron Works, Grangetown, and Roseberry Mines, Great Ayton.

1896 The company was registered on 10 July. [1]. Incorporated as a limited company

1902 The Lackenby furnaces were purchased.

1907 The Roseberry ironstone mines were added to the company.

1909-10 The furnaces built by the Lackenby Iron Company (in 1870) were rebuilt and the entire plant brought up to date.

1913 The company acquired the Ayton Banks ironstone mine.

1914 Ironmasters and mine owners. Speciality high-class Cleveland foundry pig iron for home and Canadian use. [2]

1924 At an EGM held at the offices of Pease and Partners Limited, it was decided that the Company be wound up voluntarily[3]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908
  2. 1914 Whitakers Red Book
  3. London Gazette 16 May 1924