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Thomas Manby Johnson

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Thomas Manby Johnson ( -1852) of Johnson, Cammell and Co

1837 Charles Cammell went into business with Messrs. Thomas and Henry Johnson, under the firm of Johnson, Cammell and Co, as steel and file manufacturers and merchants, in Furnival Street.

1847 Became a member of I Mech E (at the same time as Henry S. Johnson did)

1852 Death at Torquay, of Broomhall Park, Sheffield. [1]


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Sources of Information

  1. The York Herald, and General Advertiser, Saturday, March 06, 1852